Chris Humphrey has told skysports.com he is happy at Motherwell despite attracting interest from elsewhere.
The flying winger is believed to be catching the eye of a number of Premier League sides after impressing at Fir Park this season.
The 21-year-old has been earning rave reviews this term and his performances have alerted a number of clubs in England and Scotland.
Humphrey, who is being tipped to win a call-up with Scotland, admits he is flattered by the speculation, but is focused on doing his best under new Motherwell boss Stuart McCall.
"It is flattering to be linked with other clubs, but it is the January transfer window and I tend not to take much notice of speculation," Humphrey told skysports.com.
"I am very happy and settled at Motherwell and I am just keeping my head down and focused on doing my best for the club.
"If I keep improving and doing well for Motherwell any recognition that comes my way I will be happy.
"I have no intention of changing my circumstances as things stand and I need to keep working hard and help the team get some results for the new manager."