Nottingham Forest striker Ishmael Miller insists speculation linking him with a loan switch away from the City Ground is wide of the mark.
The 24-year-old recently returned to action following two months out with a fractured metatarsal, making his first start against Burnley on 31st January.
However, it has been suggested that the former Manchester City trainee could soon be on the move, with the loan window having opened for business.
Miller, though, says that he remains fully focused on helping Forest avoid relegation this season.
"I never heard anything, but I wouldn't be interested in that sort of thing right now anyway because all I'm concentrating on is getting fit again and doing my best for Forest," he told Sky Sports.
"I'm a Forest player right now and that is all that matters to me at the moment.
"We've got a good spirit in the camp still because a lot of the lads have been together here for a while and I feel that we've got the spirit to get out of this situation, but we've got to convert that into performances and results on the pitch.
"They are all going to be very tough games, but the fans will be behind us and I'm confident we can turn things around."