RORY Prendergast insists he is happy at Accrington Stanley despite all the speculation linking him with a move away.
The wing wizard was the subject of interest from Coca Cola League Two side Bristol Rovers last week, who reportedly made a five figure bid - nothing further has been heard from Rovers this week.
The 25-year-old admits it did unsettle him - but now he just wants to keep turning in top performances at Accrington.
"It is nice when you hear that league clubs are interested but it is also unsettling and I just want to get my head down and play for Accrington.
"Of course I want to play league football, I want to play as high as I can. I am 25 and I am ambitious. But so is this club and they want to get into the league and so do I."
"We hope to do it this season although any team from second to 12th can get into the play-offs so it will be difficult but why can't it be us?
"One source misquoted me as saying I had done all I could for Accrington. I don't believe that and I am disappointed as the fans and the people from Accrington have been really good to me.
"I believe there is a lot more to come from me and I can do a lot more for Accrington - like get them into the league.
"I am still on my way back from a double hernia operation but feel I am getting back to my best."
He continued: "I wasn't 100 per cent on Saturday against Hereford, I had a cold and haven't been well but I wanted to play as I didn't want people thinking it was the speculation which led to me not playing.
"And that is why I was on the bench on Tuesday.
"I will always turn out and give it my best shot."