Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic has played down talk of a potential Ibrox exit this summer.
The Croatian forward has found himself on the Manchester United radar after a blistering start to life in the SPL, according to The Independent, but a move is far from the mind of the 25-year-old.
"Frankly, I do not think about leaving because I am loving it at Rangers," the former Rapid Vienna star told the Daily Record.
"Some of the stories about me leaving were simply people getting excited over nothing. I don't think I need to push myself for sale."
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson revealed last night that he is keen to make three signings this summer, with a striker, attacking midfielder and goalkeeper thought to be on the Scot's agenda.
"We have some ideas in mind and hopefully can get them put in place," Ferguson told Manchester United TV on the night of their annual awards dinner.
"I am looking at maybe three signings which would boost our overall quality in our team."
Red Devils chief executive David Gill echoed the managers words, suggesting a potentially busier than usual summer at Old Trafford.
"We have been working very hard over the course of the last 12 months to plan which positions we need to fill, identifying those players and trying to work on it."
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