Gary Cahill insists he is focused on life with Bolton after intense speculation over his future during the transfer window.
The highly-rated centre-back was strongly linked with a move to Arsenal and Tottenham before the transfer window closed on Wednesday.
No move happened meaning Cahill will stay at Bolton until January at least when the transfer window reopens.
Cahill put all the rumours over his club future behind him to score his first goal for England in his first competitive start for his country in the 3-0 win over Bulgaria.
The 25-year-old admits he is ready to move on from all the speculation and carry on doing his best for Bolton.
"It's been a crazy week, mentally more than anything," said Cahill.
"I tried not to let it bother me and, in a way, there is not much you can do about it.
"Am I disappointed nothing happened (transfer-wise)? I can't really comment on that to be honest with you.
"It all happened so quickly. It was like a bit of a whirlwind.
"Sometimes it is not always great when you make last-minute decisions but there was no decision for me to make.
"I'm employed by Bolton, no fee was accepted, so I'll just move forward and carry on.
"My head is fine and I'm doing what I love doing, playing football. I'll work hard for Bolton now and likewise for my country."