Niko Kranjcar has played down speculation linking him with a move away from Portsmouth.
Reports this week have suggested that Arsenal are considering a swoop for the Croatia international in the January transfer window.
However, Kranjcar has only recently returned from a lengthy injury lay-off and he insists it would be foolish for him to be thinking about a switch.
The midfielder is enjoying life at Fratton Park and believes Pompey can once again challenge for Uefa Cup qualification.
"For me, my main objective is to keep fit - and that's all," said the 24-year-old.
"I've been out for three months, and it would be stupid for me to think about a move in January when I haven't been fit for the beginning of the season.
"I've had rumours about transfers since I was 17 years old, and newspapers have probably linked me with every single club in the world - so it's something I don't talk about.
"I'm happy playing football and happy playing for a team in the Premier League which is pushing for the European places."
Kranjcar is set to face Newcastle on Sunday afternoon, live on Sky Sports 1 and HD1 and he expects a tough encounter despite the Magpies' recent troubles.
"They've had a lot of unrest in the club, and I think it did affect the players," he said.
"But at the end of the day it's a Premier League game; we know the quality players they've got and we know it's going to be hard."