Bradford striker James Hanson is happy to stay at the club despite being linked with other teams.
A number of sides are thought to be tracking the big targetman after another impressive campaign at Valley Parade.
The 25-year-old has been a revelation for Bradford since joining the club from non-league Guiseley in 2009.
Hanson netted 15 goals last season and played a key part in the side reaching the final of the Capital One Cup and winning the League Two play-off final against Northampton.
Bradford are keen to fend off any unwanted approaches for Hanson and the player's agent, Clive Hart, admits the forward would be happy to discuss a new deal at the League One new boys.
"I would not be surprised if other clubs were interested in James after the season he had," Hart told Sky Sports.
"James has another year to run on his contract at Bradford and he is happy there.
"He is Bradford's player and he is looking forward to playing next season in League One."