PSV Eindhoven winger Balazs Dzsudzsak's agent remains tight-lipped over claims Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is poised to sign him.
The Hungarian joined the Dutch giants from Debreceni VSC in January 2008 and has impressed with his goal tally from the left wing.
Dzsudzsak, 22, scored twice in PSV's 4-3 victory over arch rivals Ajax at the weekend which has prompted suggestions in his homeland of interest from
However, the player's agent has refused to get carried away with the hype and could not confirm how much truth is in the reports.
"I've also heard about rumours of the supposed interest of Arsenal but I can't confirm or deny this news," Dzsudzsak's agent Jozsef Baranyai told origo.hu.
"All I know is from the newspapers, the only difference is that I'm in touch with other player agents and news is spreading among us too.
"But I can't talk about any concrete things. Balazs feels great at PSV, he had a superb game against Ajax and he'd like to repeat it as much as possible.
"And of course he's preparing for Hungary's World Cup qualifiers which may be an important turning point of his career. Fortunately he knows well what he has to do as a footballer."