Luton wide man Carlos Edwards admits he is growing tired with the continued transfer speculation that surrounds him.
The 27-year-old proved his potential at this summer's World Cup as a series of impressive displays in Germany caught the attention of several clubs higher up the football pyramid.
Premiership new boys Watford are known to be long-term admirers of the former Wrexham favourite but as yet have not lodged a bid high enough to tempt Luton into a sale.
While being pleased that his form has attracted favourable attention, Edwards has grown tired of continually talking about his future - eager instead to concentrate on life at Kenilworth Road.
"There have been a lot of players getting big moves following the World Cup, but I was never really focusing on that," said Edwards.
"It has always been nice to be linked with other clubs, but sometimes it can be a bit nagging. People prolong it so much.
"It won't be until the transfer window closes that everything will quieten down.I'm just waiting until everything is clarified and finalised.
"I'm just concentrating on my football, and I'm certainly not getting carried away by the rumours."