Jamie Murphy insists he would not be a disappointed man if he does not leave Motherwell before the transfer window closes.
The 21-year-old is an SPL striker in demand with the likes of West Brom, Wolves and Stoke all monitoring his services this summer.
Murphy already has two goals to his name this term, including a winner against Hearts at the weekend which further enhanced his reputation.
The talent is not side-tracking himself with the ongoing speculation and is not setting his heart on a switch to the English Premier League.
Murphy will make a decision on his future as and when an offer is made and accepted, but for now he is just focused on Well.
"Until someone says a team has made a bid and I have to speak with them, I can't do anything other than try my best for Motherwell," commented Murphy.
"I have grown up in Glasgow and like the fact my family and all my friends are here.
"I am not saying I want to move. If it happens, it happens but I love playing at Motherwell and I just have to do that until someone says otherwise.
"There's a great team spirit here. I have grown up with a lot of the boys and some of them are my best friends. If we can keep the group together, it will be a good side."