Coventry City goalkeeper Keiren Westwood says he takes interest from Everton as a compliment.
The 24-year-old Republic of Ireland international has made a number of excellent performances for the Sky Blues this season and the Toffees are reportedly interested in his signature.
Coventry boss Chris Coleman warned Everton off at the start of the campaign by slapping a £10million price tag on the young shot-stopper, but Blues goalkeeping coach Chris Woods has been spotted at the Ricoh Arena in recent weeks.
"I take it as a compliment," Westwood said. "I know I am only 24 but I feel I am quite experienced because I have played nearly 250 games and I have got into this position by working hard, doing the basics right and not getting too ahead of myself.
"So I can't see me getting too big for my boots now. If Everton are going to do something they are going to do something. It is out of my hands.
"I can only play as well as I can and as long as I am doing well for the team, and the lads and gaffer are happy with me, then I am happy."