CHARLIE ADAM believes Asmir Begovic won't leave Stoke to be a No.2 goalkeeper.
Begovic, 27, has been linked with a move away from the Britannia in recent months.
Stoke's Premier League rivals Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are understood to be interested in landing the Bosnian international - who joined the Potters in 2010.
But Adam has warned Arsene Wenger, Brendan Rodgers and Louis van Gaal that his team-mate won't leave the Potteries to sit on the bench.
When pressed on the future of Begovic, Adam said: “Yeah. He’s a top goalkeeper. All of those clubs have goalkeepers though.
“Wherever he goes, he has to make the right decision.
"He had the opportunity to go to Chelsea a number two a couple of years ago, and he refused that because he wants to play.
"It’s a big decision on where he goes."