Sunderland goalkeeper Marton Fulop has told skysports.com that he is focused on his football and not rumours about his future.
Fulop is currently back in the Sunderland team due to an injury to Craig Gordon, but has been linked with a January move away from the Stadium of Light.
Aston Villa, who Fulop will line up against on Tuesday, have been mooted as admirers, while clubs in Germany are reportedly preparing bids.
However, the Hungarian shot-stopper has dismissed the speculation and is aiming to keep his place in Steve Bruce's side.
"I don't care about gossip, I don't know where it has come from," Fulop told skysports.com.
"I just want to concentrate on Sunderland, I want to win as many games as possible, next time on Tuesday.
"I just focus on football and not on the weekly transfer rumours - which are far from the truth - about me.
"I have a contract with Sunderland, I respect this and at the moment I feel very good as I play week by week."
Fulop is under contract to the Black Cats until 2012 and joined the club from Tottenham Hotspur three years ago.