Albert Adomah insists the ongoing speculation over his future is not affecting his performances for Barnet.
The 21-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer, looks set to leave Underhill after rejecting a three-year contract offer which would have made him the club's highest-paid player ever.
Championship sides Plymouth Argyle, Blackpool and Watford plus League One high-fliers Norwich City are all reported to have shown an interest in Adomah.
He said: "The contract situation has not affected me, I'm just playing my normal game and will put that behind me until something happens.
"I want to score or make 10 goals before I go and leave on a high."