CHARLIE Adam insists he isn’t thinking about anything other than the next eight games and keeping Blackpool in the Premier League.
The skipper continues to be linked with the Premier League’s biggest clubs – Manchester United are the latest rumoured to be keeping tabs on the 25-year-old.
But when asked whether he had held talks about his future, Adam said: “No, there has been nothing.
“I’m not concentrating on my future, I’m just worrying about the next eight games for my club.
“Trying to keep Blackpool in the league is the focus and has always been the focus.
“We’ll see what happens afterwards but it’s all out of my hands.
“The future for me is the next eight games and trying to play as well as I can to hopefully keep the team in the league.
“It’s a privilege to be linked with these types of clubs but it’s not just about me – t’s about the club and my team-mates as well.”