Ternana forward Felipe Avenatti looks set to see out his current contract rather than potentially join Championship play-off hopefuls Leeds.
The 23-year-old is a free agent next summer and Ternana have been tipped to cash-in on the striker in January, but Avenatti does not appear overly keen on moving clubs any time soon.
“I always try to look at every game. And if I sign or not it does not matter,” Avenatti told Ternana News.
“What matters are the points. I’m happy how things are going for me.
“I’m even more comfortable with the team and have some plus points. I have a contract until June.”
Ternana have yet to open their own talks with Avenatti over a new deal, which has Leeds United – who were initially linked in the summer – closely monitoring the situation.