Mark Reynolds insists he is fully focused on his football with Motherwell and is not being sidetracked by speculation over his future.
Reynolds has been tipped to leave Fir Park this summer as manager Craig Brown has revealed he cannot strengthen until the 23-year-old departs.
The Scotland B international has just one year left on his Well deal and the club are expected to sell now rather than lose him for free next year.
Reynolds is refusing to be drawn into the speculation on his future, stating he will only make a decision if an acceptable offer is made.
"All I'm doing is focusing on football which is the easy part but even if a club accepts an offer that is not suitable for you then you can reject it," he told the Wishaw Press.
"We will cross that bridge when or if it comes to that and if anything was to happen then I would need to sit down with people, including the manager.
"He is one of the most experienced and honest guys I have ever worked with and I'm sure him and Archie [Knox] would set me on the right path and give me good advice."
Reynolds, who was linked with a big-money move to Rangers two summers ago, added: "There is nothing that I can influence except playing well for Motherwell.
"I am a Motherwell player and I will go out and play 100 per cent for the jersey.
"It is out of my hands and that is what agents and chief executives are for so if a deal is to be done or a move is to be made I'm sure they will sort it out."