Bury goalkeeper Wayne Brown admits he is flattered to be attracting interest from other sides, but insists he is only focused on doing his best for Alan Knill's side.
Brown has been outstanding for the Shakers since his summer arrival from Hereford and his performances have not gone unnoticed.
The former Bristol City trainee was in impressive form over the weekend with a number of key saves in the 3-1 win at Dagenham & Redbridge.
The 31-year-old has been instrumental in Bury's superb start to the campaign and Knill has described him as the best keeper in League Two.
Reports over the weekend suggested clubs from higher up the football pyramid have been keeping tabs on Brown and are monitoring his progress at Gigg Lane.
Brown is ignoring the rumours and says he is determined to help Bury maintain their good form against Rotherham on Tuesday night.
"I am very happy with how things are going at Bury at present," Brown told skysports.com.
"I only joined the club in the summer and I am thoroughly enjoying my time here.
"Of course it is flattering to be linked with other clubs higher up the league, but I am just going to get my head down and work hard as ever.
"We have made a good start to the season and I want to help Bury achieve success.
"Alan Knill and his coaching staff have helped me improve since my arrival and with any luck I will continue to do so.
"I was very unhappy not to keep a clean sheet on Saturday at Dagenham and I will be aiming to keep a clean sheet against Rotherham tomorrow night."