The Germany international has been heavily linked with sides across Europe ahead of the summer transfer window.
The 2017-18 campaign saw the 22-year-old record another 21 goals across all competitions, allowing him to match his efforts from the previous season.
It is those exploits, along with his potential for future growth, which have made Werner such a sought-after asset.
He is, however, adamant that he has no intention of using a global stage in Russia as a shop window, telling Socrates magazine: "The World Cup is not about auditioning for Barcelona, Madrid, Liverpool or whoever.
“I want to become world champion and then I want to attack again with RB Leipzig.
“I'm not dealing with any thoughts of making a change.”
While remaining adamant that a summer switch is not part of his plans, Werner concedes that anything could happen when the window re-opens.
Big-money bids would test the resolve of RB Leipzig, with a club that has spent just two seasons among the Bundesliga elite having already been raided for several prized assets.
Naby Keita is among those destined to depart this summer, as he prepares to head to Liverpool, and it could be that Werner joins him at Anfield at some stage.
The highly-rated forward added: “You never know what will happen in football in the future - that is not just a phrase, that's a fact.”
Werner is currently tied to a contract with RB Leipzig until 2020.
He has earned 12 caps for Germany to date, netting seven goals, and will be hoping that his efforts over the coming weeks allow them to defend the World Cup crown they recaptured in Brazil four years ago.