Austrian International Marc Janko has played down reports linking the tall striker with a move to the Premier League, with the Red Bull Salzburg forward linked with Tottenham Hotspur, Hull City, Everton and Middlesbrough along with Serie A team AS Roma.
25-year-old Janko has been in fine form this campaign in the Austrian Bundesliga and has scored 20 goals in just 16 games, which has attracted interest from the Premiership as well as Italy and Germany, with Hertha Berlin linked with a move for Janko also.
Some reports have suggested that Janko could buy out his contract at the Red Bull Arena, but the Austrian press suggests that this is unlikely to happen, with the striker, who has been valued at anywhere between £4-8million insisting that for the present his main objective is to carry on scoring goals at the Die Bullen.
"For the moment, scoring goals is a lot easier than responding to all the questions and rumours about whether I will move and to which club," Janko told Kleine Zeitung.
“I must feel good to play well. In Salzburg, the environment is the best.
“(If I move) it will be based on sporting reasons, financial reasons and, above all, on how well I play.”