LIAM Trotter insists he is ready to handle the inevitable speculation about his future during the January transfer window and that he is focused on playing for Millwall.
Scouts from Premier League clubs have flocked to see the midfielder in action this season, while Championship rivals Bolton are understood to have shown a keen interest in recent months.
But Trotter is not planning on quitting The Den anytime soon and says he will do his best to ignore any paper talk linking him with a move away.
"It's always out of my hands," he told NewsAtDen. "There's always interest and talk of interest but whether that comes to anything isn't down to me. All I can do is keep playing.
"If a club comes in for me and Millwall decide to enter into discussions or negotiate with them, and they agree a fee, I will have to adjust to that situation.
"But in terms of my position, I'm playing for Millwall this season and that's not going to change."
One player who has decided to leave South London this month is Chris Wood, who has signed for Leicester City, and Trotter admitted it was a shame to see the striker move on.
"It's disappointing for us because he's played well and scored 11 goals during his loan," he said. "Chris was brilliant and he's a great lad. But at the end of the day, the club will move on.
"There have been plenty of good players who have moved on from Millwall in the past and that's just the nature of football.
"I wish him all the best. He's young and works hard. He's made his decision and that's up to him."