Juventus star Milos Krasic admits he is flattered by reported interest from Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
However, the Serbian ace insists that he knows nothing about any possible interest in him from the two clubs.
Krasic has fallen out of favour under Juve boss Antonio Conte and has started just four Serie A matches so far this term.
The 26-year-old, who has also been strongly linked with a possible move to Sevilla, insists he is in the dark over any potential move in January.
"All the transfer rumours are just nonsense and I don't want to waste any time on that," he told Sport.
"Both mentioned clubs, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund are big clubs and bring great honour, but neither I, nor my manager, are aware of anything of it.
"But, even if there is some truth in it, that wouldn't change a thing, as all my plans are connected to Juventus."
During Juve's last game with Fiorentina, Krasic did not even make the bench but he is hopeful that will not be a regular pattern.
"At the moment, everything is okay, only if this situation repeats weekend after weekend, should I be worried," he said.
"Juventus is a big club with variations on every position in the team, so whoever doesn't understand that, is destined for a personal defeat.
"I accept Conte's decision as something normal, he wants to rotate players, I am not in some form at the moment, but I am sure in near future I will be given the opportunity to grab the chance again."
Krasic's agent Vlado Borozan was also unconcerned by the rumours, saying: "I would rather not comment the market rumours.
"Every week there are stories that Krasic is going to leave Turin and what he needs in this moment is just a little peace.
"Conte made a tactical decision with leaving him in the stands for Fiorentina match. What we can do in the moment is just to sit and wait to see how this situation will develop."