Michael Kightly's form over the last two seasons has been such that he has attracted widespread interest from the Premier League.
His latest suitor is Wigan Athletic, although the 21-year-old England International insists he is going nowhere.
Instead, he hopes to return to the form he showed earlier in the season when he scored seven goals - including two against last Saturday's opponents, Burnley.
"I can't stop what's written in the papers and I don't know anything about any interest, but my full focus is to try to get promoted with Wolves," said Kightly.
"If no club wants you, then you're doing something wrong but I do feel I've had a good season so far.
"The last few games haven't been great results-wise, but I've got 17 assists and seven goals, and that's decent from wide right.
"I'm pleased with that, but not 100 per cent pleased because I'm greedy and I want to play well every game."
Kightly admitted being a winger sometimes made life difficult.
He said: "You can go 10-15 minutes without seeing the ball sometimes and then when you do get it, you're expected to do something with it.
"Sometimes that doesn't happen, but overall I'm pleased with the way the season's gone so far."
Kightly insists there is no doom and gloom despite the fact Wolves have gone eight league outings with only one win.
He said: "We're sitting top of the league and if we'd all been doing that badly, we wouldn't be sitting four points clear.
"Everyone has a sticky patch and Reading and Birmingham are going through the same. Look at the games we've played and I know it's a case of should have, would have, could have.
"We conceded terrible goals against Bristol City after being 2-0 up, Norwich too, Blackpool away - there are loads of goals conceded that should have been prevented.
"There are games we could have closed out there, and if we had, we'd be in a much healthier position than we are now.
"It's not all doom and gloom really, it's just a couple of mistakes we've got to cut out."