ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 17: Scott Pendlebury of the Magpies leads his team off the ground after the round 22 AFL match between the Adelaide Crows and the Collingwood Magpies at Adelaide Oval on August 17, 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury has extinguished recent rumours that he could be on the move with a post on social media on Tuesday morning.

Pendlebury, who remains uncontracted beyond 2021, stated his commitment to the club in a brief tweet.

"Sorry for any confusion. Just to clear it up- I want to be a one club player and finish my playing career at Collingwood" the tweet read.

"I'm open to coaching at another club AFTER my playing days.

"Collingwood Fam- I'm not going anywhere"

Pendlebury recently confirmed during an interview with Triple M that the Pies had offered him a one year deal, though he was yet to sign it.

"At this stage it's a one-year deal" the 33-year-old said.

"If I sign with Collingwood, at this stage it's a one-year deal. We're trying to work through the best thing for the club. I understand when you get to my age you are slightly lower on the priority list."

The 334-gamer also discussed his future in the game as a coach.

"I do have ambitions to coach, I've said that," said Pendlebury.

"I really do want to be a one-club player. If they (other clubs) want to offer me future coaching gigs, for a couple of years time I'll have a look at it."

Media reports suggested that Pendlebury could be heading north for a longer deal with the Gold Coast Suns should they offer him a coaching gig post footy, but no official deals were tabled.

After Pendlebury's tweet, it seems a contract extension with the Pies is inevitable, with the delay likely a result of the club still yet to sign a new coach after the mid-season departure of Nathan Buckley.