Shrewsbury defender Kelvin Langmead has laughed off talk linking him with a move away from Gay Meadow.
Langmead's future at Shrewsbury was the subject of speculation after he was spotted at last weekend's Premier League encounter between West Ham and Tottenham.
The 22-year-old has developed himself into one of the most promising youngsters after being converted from a striker to a central defender.
A number of Championship clubs are believed to be keeping tabs on the former Preston youngster, who has impressed at Shrewsbury over the last few seasons.
Langmead, who has 18 months left on his current contract at Shrewsbury, has shrugged off rumours over his future and says he is focusing on helping the club in their bid to win promotion from League Two.
Rumours"I know some there have been a few rumours after I was spotted at the West Ham v Tottenham game at the weekend, but I was only there as a spectator," Langmead told skysports.com.
"I have been linked with some Championship sides in the past and it's even more flattering to be asked why I was at a Premier League game, but I am on focused on the next game for Shrewsbury.
"I went there to watch some of the league's best players and try and pick up a few tips.
"If you always try to better yourself and focus on only the next game, you have a chance of success.
"Improving wherever you can and giving everything you've got in every game is all I am concerned about.
"I am committed to helping Shrewsbury move up the table as they have helped make me the player I am today."