Lyle Taylor is on the shopping list of a host of League One and Championship clubs - but the striker who set AFC Wimbledon on course for League One at Wembley scoffed at the idea of a move.
Taylor netted in the 78th minute to put the skids under Plymouth Argyle, and after opened up on his future.
The 23-goal himtan insists he his agent have heard nothing on the grapevine.
“I haven’t heard any speculation; my agent hasn’t told me anything,” he added.
“I have a contract and that’s that.”
The frontman helped ensure Dons will be playing in the third tier of English football next year when he connected with Callum Kennedy's cross.
And the 26-year-old said he was confident of scoring ever since talking to midfielder Jake Reeves in the gym a few days ago.
He said: “It’s just a dream - an absolute dream.
“I went the gym with Jake Reeves a few days ago and he said to me: ‘if you score, you'll go mental’ and since then I knew I was going to score.
“It sounds strange because I’ve not gone through the whole season knowing I was going to score, but I have always been confident and I just knew I’d get a chance to score."
Taylor also praised his team mates Dannie Bulman and Jake Reeves who ran the show in the middle for League One's newest teams.
He added: “Reevesy and Bullie are unbelievable, the pair of them have so much energy it’s absolutely ridiculous.
“I wish I had energy like that but they did their job brilliantly for the team.”