The Germany international is seeing his future called into question as the summer transfer window approaches.
He has committed to a contract in his current surroundings through to 2021, but that deal includes a release clause of just €25 million (£22m/$28m).
Brandt, though, is giving a long list of suitors little encouragement when it comes to a possible switch in 2019.
He has said on the Bundesliga’s official website: “I'm enjoying myself.
“I've got a contract with Bayer until 2021, so right now all is well.
“As things stand, I'm staying put. I just want to end the season as best we can.”
Leverkusen starred in their most recent outing, claiming a stunning 6-1 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt.
All six of the goals from Peter Bosz’s side were recorded before the 36th minute.
“That first half was insane,” Brandt said.
“I don't think I've ever seen or experienced anything like that in my life!
“If someone told us before the game we were going to score six first-half goals, we wouldn't have believed them. It's going really well right now.”
Frankfurt occupy fourth spot in the table as things stand, with two games remaining.
There is still all to play for, as the final places could dictate what happens over the summer.
A player of Brandt’s quality is considered to be deserving of a Champions League stage and various teams will look to off him those opportunities if his current club miss out.