Blackpool winger Matt Phillips is staying focused despite transfer speculation linking him with a return to the big time.
Premier League trio Bolton, Norwich and Swansea are being linked to the 20-year-old, who was signed from Wycombe for £350,000 15 months ago.
But Phillips just wants to keep playing football and scoring goals as the Seasiders bid to win promotion from the Championship.
He told the Blackpool Gazette: "The future is unwritten but I am happy at this club.
"I am playing and enjoying it and it is just good to be in the first team every week. That's what I want to do - play as much football as I can.
"I am 21 in March and I want to play a lot, score goals and enjoy my football."
Phillips notched six goals in as many games for Sheffield United after being sent on loan in October and then scored a Boxing Day hat-trick to beat Barnsley after returning to Bloomfield Road.
Asked if he was worried about Phillips being a transfer target, Blackpool boss Ian Holloway said: "Probably, but all I can do is help the boy. He is helping us and as long as he keeps playing like he is, I think he'll have an unbelievably bright future.
"Why can't he think we are going to get to the Premier League? The likelihood is that the teams who want him are the teams that scrambled up and who might scramble to stay up, like us last year ... so why are they any better than us? I'm not so sure they are.
"If the likes of Liverpool come in for people like Matt, you can understand that. But if I was him, I'd be thinking: 'Am I going to play every week?'"