Craig Westcarr admits his future lies in Notts County's hands after Sheffield Wednesday expressed an interest in the striker.
The Owls are trying to revamp their squad during the January transfer window and have already failed with an enquiry for Magpies striker Lee Hughes.
Wednesday boss Alan Irvine is also keen on Hughes' team-mate Westcarr, who has scored 10 goals for the Meadow Lane club this season.
The Magpies want to hold on to the former Kettering front-man, but Westcarr is unsure whether a bid may be accepted before the transfer deadline next week.
"I have just got to concentrate on my football and forget everything else," said Westcarr in the Nottingham Evening Post.
"It is good to get interest from big clubs, but I don't know what will happen.
"The manager pulled me into his office and we had a long chat. I didn't express a desire to leave or anything like that. There is no chance of that.
"He told me to keep playing the way I am and big clubs will come in. He said the club's not desperate to let me go, so it filled me with confidence.
"But every player has got a price and it's up to them upstairs. The club obviously needs money still, so you never know. It's up to them if they accept a bid or not."