Michel Vorm has attempted to quieten speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United or Chelsea by claiming he is content with life at Swansea.
The Dutch goalkeeper moved to the Liberty Stadium from Utrecht in the summer for £1.5 million and has quickly established himself as one of the finest shot-stoppers in the Barclays Premier League.
According to Swans director John van Zweden, Vorm's composed displays have led to interest from Manchester United and Chelsea in the 28-year-old, although the Welsh club have since refuted these suggestions.
Vorm, for his part, is enjoying life at under the stewardship of Brendan Rodgers as the Swans continue to confound doubters in the top-flight.
And the Holland international will not be distracted by reports of a move to Old Trafford or Stamford Bridge, but rather focus on the job in hand with Swansea.
"I think if you do well in the Premier League maybe some clubs will follow you, but for me it's not an issue," Vorm told This Is South Wales.
"I love it here at Swansea. I'm enjoying my time and I haven't really thought about it (leaving).
"My focus is on Swansea."
Vorm has kept nine clean sheets in the Barclays Premier League this season, and has also saved two penalties.