Former Imaginary Gaming talent Richard "shoxie" Papillon has spoken to quell rumours about a potential move to VeryGames.
Earlier on Wednesday, Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács was quoted as saying that he hoped to play alongside Papillon in the future after the duo led a TCM-Gaming mix to victory in the RADEON Offensive #2 online tournament.
The former 3DMAX ace stated, however, that Papillon was waiting to see whether VeryGames were interested in him before deciding his future.
Papillon has now insisted that even though he holds hope of playing for VeryGames once again, all rumours about changes in the French team are groundless.
"I just wanted to clarify the situation: Yes, I would like to be in VG's team, but it is only a hope that I have," he told HLTV.org.
"In fact, VeryGames have not said anything about their roster or anything. I do not have any idea if they want to change or not.
"So please, I think it would be better if we could stop all this talk about VG's roster because it is possible that they won't change anything.
"If VeryGames want to say anything about this or make a decision, they will post it on their website. Since there is no announcement, stop writing line-ups that make no sense.
"I would also like to thank all people who are behind me, and I will keep you informed about my future when it is 100 per cent sure."
After playing for the VeryGames roster led by Sébastien "krL" Perez in 2009, Papillon returned to the team in May 2011, and helped them to a highly-successful era in which they did not lose a single match.
However, internal problems led to him being removed later that year, with VeryGames picking up Michael "mK" Zaidi and then Kenny "kennyS" Schrub.