The reputation of Andy Robertson is increasing with each passing performance, as the Hull City right-back finds himself linked with moves to bigger clubs.
His incredible performance in the hostile friendly between Scotland and England last Tuesday night paved the way for further congratulations of the youngster from many pundits across the country, with Alan Shearer leading the charge by commenting: "What a brilliant right-back Scotland and Hull have."
The 20-year-old was only playing for Queens Park in the Scottish Third Division just two years ago and now he's a Scottish first-team international and a Premier League player.
With bigger teams - the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United included - circling the starlet and keeping close tabs on him, his manager, Steve Bruce, will be desperate to cling on to him.
"He's an unbelievable individual to work with. We love him here because he works so hard and that shows on the pitch when he plays," said Hull boss in a press conference last week.
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"He's an unbelievable individual to work with. We love him here because he works so hard and that shows on the pitch when he plays"
But despite the overwhelming attraction from some of the big boys, Robertson has quashed the claims that suggest that he is subject to a move away from the KC Stadium as soon as January, as relayed by the Daily Star.
"I'm just stepping into the club, I'm not looking to move any time soon," he said.
"I'm just stepping into the club, I'm not looking to move any time soon"
"My focus is on Hull and doing well for them this season. But it's nice knowing that people are saying things because it shows I've done well."
Robertson so far
After arriving in East Yorkshire for a bargain of £2.85 million from Dundee United, Robertson has raised plenty of eyebrows in just the first two months of a prosperous career.
His life with the Scotland team took a huge leap with a huge goal against rivals England, although the strike was not enough to bag a result for the home side.