Kilmarnock striker Conor Sammon admits he is in the dark over a potential move to Scunthorpe.
Scunthorpe have agreed a fee with Kilmarnock for the in-form forward and are hoping to hold talks with the player over a possible move to Rugby Park.
However, Sammon, who has netted 16 goals so far this season, says he is focusing on life at Kilmarnock and is happy to continue working under Mixu Paatelainen.
"I haven't heard any different, I've just heard the stories in the papers that Scunthorpe were interested, but I'm focusing on training as usual," said Sammon.
"I haven't discussed it with the manager; our next match is on Tuesday so that's all I'm focusing on and if things change in the meantime, I'm sure I'll be told about it and I'll sit down and take it from there.
"I'm very happy at Kilmarnock - this season has been very enjoyable and successful for the club and for me on a personal level as well, as I have a brilliant manager here who's helped me along and I feel I can improve further under him.
"I'm an ambitious player and I've always wanted to play at the highest level possible; I'll continue to train and work at my game to keep improving and see where it takes me."