Wolves midfielder David Edwards is happy to stay at the Black Country club despite rumoured interest from Premier League clubs.
Sunderland have been linked with a move for the Welsh international, but Edwards told skysports.com he wants to focus on events at Molineux.
"I'm very happy here and I'm just concentrating on getting into the first team," said Edwards.
"I don't live far from the club and it's very convenient for my family and friends, but football wise I think I have handled the step up ok and I feel like I've been playing well and can do well at this level."
The 22-year-old has not started a league game for Wolves this season but has notched two goals in his two appearances off the bench. However, Edwards is quick to play down the 'super sub' tag.
"Hopefully I won't be seen as a 'super sub,' but if I keep scoring goals I don't mind," he added.
"I'd prefer to be starting and that's what every player wants, to play week in and week out.
"That is my main aim to get into the starting eleven and if it's going to take time, it will take time, but I'll be working my hardest to do it."