West Bromwich Albion midfielder Zoltan Gera is attracting the interest of a number of Premiership sides, according to reports in Hungary.
Everton, Charlton Athletic and Aston Villa are all thought to considering making a move for the Hungarian international following The Baggies' relegation to The Championship over the weekend.
West Brom signed the 27-year-old from Ferencvaros in the summer of 2004 for £1.5 million and despite all the rumours about his future, the midfielder does not want to comment on the speculation.
"I've heard that a few clubs have been linked with me, but I don't want to react to these rumours," Gera told his personal website.
"I have got used to the fact that you hear different information every day and most are far from reality.
"I had a similar period last year when everyone was guessing about a possible transfer, but I knew I'd stay.
"I am an employee of West Bromwich Albion, I've got a contract and because of this the only thing that matters is what my club say and want to do.
"So I ask everybody not to expect any comments from me about these rumours.
"I want to do my best on the pitch, I am glad I am healthy and I can play. That is the most important thing for me."