Huddersfield's Jordan Rhodes appears in no hurry to leave the club and, on the eve of his side's npower League One play-off final against Sheffield United, has more pressing matters on his mind.
The 22-year-old's record-breaking 40-goal season has helped propel Huddersfield to their third straight play-off campaign and second successive final, while alerting a host of Barclays Premier League clubs to his prodigious talent.
Fulham are the latest to reportedly make an offer for a player who has registered five hat-tricks this season, including all four against Sheffield Wednesday - for whom father Andy is goalkeeping coach - and five in a 6-0 rout at Wycombe in January.
When told of Fulham's £3.5million offer, Town manager Simon Grayson quipped: "Which leg is that for?", while Rhodes himself is equally dismissive of a big-money move away from West Yorkshire.
"It's not in my powers or in my thoughts for anything to happen in the future," he said.
"I'm just concentrating on being a Huddersfield Town player and concentrating on the game on Saturday against Sheffield United.
"You guys can make up the stories or whatever they might be, rumours or whatever. They don't tend to affect my mindset.
"I can only affect what happens on the field and I've tried to block everything else out really and treat it all very much the same.
"I just try and do as well as I can in training everyday and give my all. I try to keep learning and better myself, whether that's physical or mental, and I try to make myself a better person as well."
For someone who has so regularly hogged the headlines this season, Rhodes appears genuinely surprised by all the fuss as Huddersfield prepare to inflict more play-off misery on the Blades, who have lost all three of their previous finals.
"It's a bit surreal really," Rhodes added. "A bit bizarre you people wanting to talk to me and hear what I've got to say about things.
"I watch football every day on the telly and listen to all the interviews and it seems bizarre that you guys want to talk to me."
Huddersfield, beaten in last year's play-off final by Peterborough and by Millwall in the previous season's semi-finals, were in the race for automatic promotion this season until a run of four defeats in five matches in March and early April effectively scuppered their chances.
Rhodes struck his 40th goal of the season in the return leg of Huddersfield's 3-2 aggregate win over MK Dons in the semi-finals, but said he had not been dreaming of firing the winner on Saturday.
"It's not about me or whoever scores the goals," he added. "It's a matter of Huddersfield Town scoring more goals than Sheffield United. It's as simple as that, or I wish it was.
"It will be up there as one of my best achievements. But we're up against a very tough side and we're not counting on anything or thinking about winning just yet.
"We're just focussing on the task in hand against a tough team in all departments, a very organised side with great shape.
"Over the 90 minutes it will be very tough, but hopefully at five o'clock [Town skipper] Peter Clarke can walk up the steps to lift the trophy."