Under-fire playmaker Luke Brooks says he is fully committed to the Wests Tigers cause and would even love to be a one-club player.
The Tigers are priced at 25/1 to finish in the top eight of the NRL but have got the season off to a horror start when losing all five games so far.
Brooks has been one of the players to feel the wrath of the critics and there has been all kind of speculation regards his future.
Rumours have bee rife linking him with a move away but Brooks says that is the furthest thing from his mind and he would love to see out his career with the Tigers.
"I have this year and next year to go. I'm committed," Brooks told reporters. "Anyone who knows me, knows if I'm here I'm going to be fully committed.
"Being a one club player is rare but it would be great for me to do that. It's a business and it doesn't happen often."
Brooks has kept his place in the side for the Easter Monday clash against Parramatta and will switch to five-eighth with Jackson Hastings returning to the side.
And he is blocking out all the outside noise and is focusing on his game, not what the critics have to say.
"I'm off all socials. It's hard this day and age to fully stay away. I just do my best to not listen to any of it," Brooks said. "A lot of the people writing stuff (in papers) have never played the game. They are having their two cents. Why would I listen to what they say?
"The opinions which matter to me are the people at this club."