Anderlecht defender Roland Juhasz has insisted he will not become distracted by speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League.
Aston Villa, Arsenal, Tottenham, Bolton and Hull City are all reportedly interested in the Hungary international.
AC Milan, Juventus, Fiorentina and Internazionale are also understood to be in the frame and Juhasz admits it is flattering to be in demand.
However, he does not want to think about his future until after Anderlecht's title play-off against Standard Liege.
"I still don't want to talk about transfer news until the Belgian Pro League ends," he said.
"I want to focus on the final games between Anderlecht and Standard Liege on Thursday and Sunday."
"Of course I'm happy that many teams would like to sign me but I told my agents that they should only mention any club name when they make an approach with a detailed offer."
There have been reports of a £5million offer from Villa but Juhasz said: "I don't know if they've contacted my club or not."
Hungary coach Erwin Koeman has urged Juhasz to think carefully before making a decision on his next club and should not rule out the possibility of staying with Anderlecht.
Juhasz continued: "Of course I agree with him, I just want to change if I can play regularly in my new team.
"But I wouldn't even mind staying here because this is a great club. If I make a forward step then I don't want to jump too far.
"When I signed to Belgium from Hungary I was happy about my transfer but I want to make the best decision this time too."