Watford's highly-rated winger Will Buckley insists that he is more than happy to remain at Vicarage Road.
The 22-year-old was linked with a host of Premier League clubs during the January transfer window after a string of stunning performances steered the Hornets into contention for the play-offs.
However, the former Rochdale youngster has stressed that he is fully committed to helping the Hornets make another surge for the top six having slipped down the table in recent weeks.
"There was no interest as far as I am aware of and I'm just concentrating on playing well for Watford to be honest," Buckley told skysports.com.
"It is always flattering to hear your name linked with top-flight clubs, but I'm happy here and looking forward to helping this club get as high in the table as possible.
"It has been a great 12 months or so for me since making the step up from Rochdale, who had been top of League Two when I left, so I had been playing for a decent side and since then I've been very happy with my performances, especially the past couple of months.
"We have shown that we can match the best in this division and this season has shown that there isn't a great difference between the top club and the bottom.
"If we can keep doing what we have been doing then there is no reason why we can't be up there at the end of the season, but we just need to keep giving everything in every game and see where it takes us."