Stephen Hunt has refused to dismiss speculation linking him with a January move away from Reading.
The Royals midfielder has attracted the interest of Everton and the player is keeping an open mind regarding his future as he looks to prolong his stay in the Premier League.
The Republic of Ireland international only signed a new three-year contract at the Madejski during the summer, but with David Moyes reportedly preparing a £3million bid Hunt may not be around to see it out.
"My ambition is to play as many games as I can in the Premier League," he said.
"I haven't been long here. But at the same time you have to be positive and make the right decisions.
"January is always the time for speculation, and you have to deal with it. You never know what's around the corner. Could something happen? I don't know.
"It's up to the clubs to get a bid accepted. But at the moment, I'm happy here. We'll see what happens."
Hunt has built up a reputation for being a troublemaker in his short time at Reading, and got caught up in another argument during the Boxing Day draw with West Ham. However, he feels that he has been unfairly labelled and that the booking he picked up against the Hammers was extremely harsh.
"What was I booked for?" he asked.
"An overreaction by the keeper (Robert Green). It was harsh on me, and I'm getting fed up with it. But what can I do? I'm in a situation where my reputation goes against me.
"You can't blame me because the way the keeper reacted was not right. He's a liar if he thinks I said something behind his back.
"He shouldn't have come off his line. He gave a goal away like that last week against Everton in the Carling Cup. He should look closer to home."