Crawley Town's sought-after striker Matt Tubbs insists that he is more than happy to stay at the club, despite fierce interest expected.
The Red Devils have already shown their resolve to keep Tubbs after rejecting an initial offer from Bournemouth for the 27-year-old.
However, Tubbs is regarded as one of the best forwards in the lower leagues and has attracted the interest of a host of clubs, including Championship sides.
Yet Tubbs, who has netted 57 goals in 76 games for Crawley since joining from Salisbury in 2010, says that he will not let transfer speculation affect his performances on the pitch.
"It is every kid's dream to play football at the top level, but I just want to play at the highest stage that I can and if that is just League Two then so be it," Tubbs told Sky Sports.
"You do hear rumours that this club and that club are interested in you, but you've just got to put that to the back of your mind and remain focused on playing football because as soon as you let it sink in that so and so is watching me it can play on your mind.
"If you can't go into every game with a clear head and not worry about who is there and who you have to impress it will dampen your performance.
"Crawley are a team that a few years ago were going bust, but it has been a remarkable turnaround since the takeover went through and now we are sitting at the top of League Two.
"In terms of transfers though it is purely speculation at the moment and until something concrete is placed on the table it is out of my hands because the club and directors have that decision to make."
Last season's Blue Square Premier champions are keen to secure back-to-back promotions this year, but Tubbs has also set his sights on catching up Barnet striker Izale McLeod in the hunt for the League Two Golden Boot.
He added: "As a striker you are judged on goals and thankfully for the past few years the stats have proven that I am a goalscorer, but the players around me make my job so much easier because they create so many chances for me.
"We've got some fantastic players at the club now and when they put the ball in the right place I'm usually there to finish it off.
"I've got 17 already this season and we've only just passed the halfway stage of the campaign, so as long as I can keep myself fit and injury free then there's no reason why I can't be pushing to be the top scorer in the league this year."