WWE superstar Daniel Bryan has dismissed claims that he's the 'cover guy' of the company, reports wrestlinginc.com.
The superstar has grown in popularity over the past year and has become one of the key figures in the WWE in recent time.
However, in an interview with Steven Muehlhausen and Brian Fritz, the professional wrestler has insisted that he's just doing his 'thing'.
Bryan said: "It's interesting because I don't feel any different that I did six months ago really. I'm just kind of me, I just do my thing. People ask me to do different stuff and now they ask me to do more stuff and that's pretty much it.
"It's strange because Total Divas is following us around now but next week the (WWE) Network is going to be following me around just to follow me around and see what I do to get prepared for WrestleMania and all that kind of stuff.
"I don't feel like a cover guy or anything like that but people are asking me to do more stuff!."
Despite Bryan's claims, fans now regard the superstar as one of the best in the industry and his entertaining character has gained him many followers of late.
The 'Wrestling Universe' will be excited to see the superstar in action at next month's WrestleMania. Bryan could be in action on two occasions at the 'Grandest Stage of them All', as he looks set to take on Triple H for a place in the main event at the pay-per-view.
If he can defeat 'The Game', Bryan could then top off a fine year by winning the World Heavyweight Championship - if he beats current champion Randy Orton and Royal Rumble winner Batista in a triple threat match.