The Terriers striker has dismissed speculation surrounding his future choosing only to focus on aiding his current club in gaining promotion from this weekend's Wembley showpieceHuddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes has insisted that his only focus is the Terriers' League One play-off final against Sheffield United on Saturday.
The prolific striker is reportedly attracting interest in the form of a reported £3.5 million offer from Fulham, an offer which was laughed off by manager Simon Grayson who asked "which leg is that for?" during a recent press conference.
The player holds an equally dismissive view of the rumours, and has spoken of his interest in only focusing on the task ahead and helping his team finish the season on a high.
"It's not in my powers or in my thoughts for anything to happen in the future," Rhodes told reporters.
"I'm just concentrating on being a Huddersfield Town player and concentrating on the game on Saturday against Sheffield United."
And whilst speculation will only continue to mount, especially with another good performance this weekend, the youngster went on to say that his job was only to focus on improving while leaving the talking up to others.
"You guys can make up the stories or whatever they might be, rumours or whatever. They don't tend to affect my mindset," he continued.
"I can only affect what happens on the field and I've tried to block everything else out really and treat it all very much the same.
"I just try and do as well as I can in training everyday and give my all. I try to keep learning and better myself, whether that's physical or mental, and I try to make myself a better person as well."