Martyn Woolford insists he is happy at Scunthorpe United after being linked with a January move to Nottingham Forest.
The winger is out of contract at Scunthorpe at the end of the season and Forest are reportedly ready to pay £400,000 for the 25-year-old when the transfer window reopens.
However, the former York City attacker is unaware of the rumours and says the uncertainty over his future is not a major concern.
"If anything was going to come of it, I would have heard something about it," Woolford told the Scunthorpe Telegraph.
"It's flattering to hear things like that, but at this point in the season you can't do anything.
"The transfer window isn't open yet so nothing can happen anyway. I'm not one to think about stuff like that until things start to happen.
"I would be happy to carry on here. I've enjoyed my time at Scunthorpe.
"If anything, all the speculation spurs you on and gives you a little bit more confidence. If big clubs are taking notice, then I'm doing something right."
Regarding his contract, he added: "If it gets sorted, it gets sorted. If not, we'll wait and see.
"It's not playing on my mind at the moment. It would be nice to know what you're doing in the future and know your future's secure.
"From the manager's point of view, he wants to know where he's at. But the only thing I can do until then is concentrate on my game and make sure the club are still interested in keeping me."