Winger Junior Hoilett has refused to speculate on his future, insisting he is fully focused on Blackburn's relegation scrap.
The Canadian-born attacker has impressed during manager Steve Kean's reign and is being monitored by the likes of Tottenham and Newcastle with his contract due to expire this summer.
Blackburn are currently three points clear of the relegation zone but are by no means safe from harm, despite a recent turn in fortunes.
Relegation would almost certainly see Hoilett leave Ewood Park, but the 21-year-old remains tight-lipped as he continues to strive for his club's cause.
He told The Mirror: "I just focus on my football. Whatever happens off the field, happens off the field."
Hoiltett, who was loaned to German clubs St Pauli and Paderborn 07 in his teens, has netted five Premier League goals this term, gaining admirers for his explosive style.