Blackpool winger Matt Phillips has admitted he is flattered to be linked with teams in the Premier League but remains relaxed over his future.
The Tangerines suffered Championship play-off final heartache on Saturday when they were beaten 2-1 by West Ham at Wembley, missing out on an instant return to the top-flight.
Phillips played a key role in helping the Bloomfield Road side come within 90 minutes of promotion, netting 18 goals for Ian Holloway's side this season.
The wide man's impressive form has not gone unnoticed and he has already been linked with Everton, Stoke, Reading and Swansea.
And he welcomed the interest, admitting: "It's good, it gives you an extra boost to know that you are doing well and that other people are noticing."
But Phillips is not concerning himself too much with the speculation and the 21-year-old has paid tribute to Holloway and his team-mates in the North West.
He added: "I don't think you can think about things like that until something happens and Blackpool accept an offer.
"I don't think it will be on my mind. I've still got a season and an option at Blackpool so I'll take it as it comes.
"Blackpool is a big club and they have a great manager and a great set of boys. I enjoyed my season, I enjoyed playing the football we played and whatever happens will happen."
Phillips hopes to ease his Wembley heartache by finally making his Scotland debut this weekend.
Boss Craig Levein has already indicated that the youngster will earn his first cap against the United States in Saturday's friendly in Jacksonville.
He said: "It was a massive disappointment at Wembley. We had a great season at club level and, personally, I think I had probably my best season. Hopefully, come Saturday, I can cap off a good season with a Scotland cap.
"It was a massive disappointment for the whole club - not just me. We really feel we deserved to win the game but in football you don't always get what you deserve.
"To now come away with Scotland, it's a great feeling to be here and I'm just happy and looking forward to the game."