Queens Park Rangers star Lee Cook has played down talk of a move to The Premiership.
Loftus Road boss John Gregory admitted earlier this month that he faced a fight to keep hold of the winger with several clubs keeping tabs on him.
Cook has enjoyed a fine season to date and Rangers chairman Gianni Paladini put a £10 million price tag on the winger's head.
The 24-year-old is not paying much attention to the rumours and insists he is happy at Loftus Road.
"I can't see anything happening. I've got a three-year deal at QPR, so someone can pay the money if they want to," said Cook.
"I am happy and I want to help get them into The Premiership. If it takes the three years then so be it.
"But it is all good news because to be creating headlines means you must be doing something right."