Charlie Adam says his confidence is high as he focuses on keeping Blackpool in the Premier League.
The Seasiders skipper, who played for Scotland in the 3-0 victory over Northern Ireland on Wednesday, was linked with Liverpool during the January transfer window, while Spurs failed with a deadline day bid to sign the midfielder.
But the 25-year-old is now putting all transfer talk to one side and concentrating on helping Ian Holloway's team to stay in the top flight.
He told Sky Sports News: "I'm confident no matter what game I go into.
"I want to win every game, my confidence is high at the moment and that's from playing regularly, playing with good players and that helps you as well.
"So it's been a good last couple of years for me but I don't want it to stop, I want to keep kicking on and try and get as many caps as I can and play well for my club."
Asked if deadline day was tough for him, Adam replied: "It's always tough, no matter what, but speculation happens when the team's doing well.
"There was interest but that's gone now and I have to just focus on going back to the club now and try to keep Blackpool in the league and that's what I want to do."
Adam has scored in the defeats to West Ham and Everton since his failure to secure a move away and insists the transfer speculation has not distracted him.
He added: "It's not affected me - I just love getting on the pitch and playing and that's the best way to show the type of player I am. Getting on the green pitch and passing it and moving it and hopefully scoring another goal here and there."