Some media reports last month suggested that the 25-year-old midfielder, who recently joined English Championship side Doncaster Rovers on a two-year deal, could make a big-money move to Absa Premiership.
However, Furman insists it was just that – rumours – and that his long-term future remains in England.
“At the moment I see my future lying over here,” he tells KickOff.com.
“I’ve worked very hard to get to the position where I am; I’m really enjoying my football over here and it’s a big challenge for me at Doncaster, so for the foreseeable future I do see my football being played on these shores.”
But he adds: “However, football is a crazy game and just like I never thought I would be back involved with the national team, you can never rule anything out.”
Furman joined Doncaster upon the expiry of his contract at Oldham Athletic, where he was the captain, and says he has settled in nicely, having spent some time on loan at the club towards the end of the season.
“It’s many of the same players – pretty much the entire squad from last season baring a few changes here and there – so for me settling in was never a problem,” he says.
“We got up to the Championship and it’s a tough league with some top, top teams and players, but we are quietly confident.
“We’ve had a good pre-season and have built up our confidence nicely and I think as the season goes by our ambitions will become more and more clear as to what we want to achieve.”