Lewis Grabban is remaining focused on his Rotherham career until he is told differently.
The 24-year-old has been the stand-out performer for the Millers in a disappointing campaign and his 21 goals have seen him attract bids from a number of other clubs, thought to include Swindon.
But the Millers are standing firm, rejecting the bids, and former Millwall man believes better times could be around the corner.
"It's nice to hear other cubs are interested but I'm at Rotherham. I've got to carry on what I'm doing at this club and see what happens," he said.
"I'm contracted here so there is nothing else I can think about. Until the club tells me different I'm a Rotherham player. It's nice to know that other people are interested and think good of me but Rotherham think the same.
"With the new stadium and the new manager coming in, I think we are going to start pushing on next season and hopefully get that promotion the club needs."