Richie Myler has admitted his head has been spinning amidst the recent speculation surrounding his future but he is set to stay with Salford.
The scrum-half, 21, has been linked with Warrington, Wigan and a host of other clubs after an impressive debut season in Super League and a record-breaking performance for England against France last month.
He said: “I have a job to do for Salford, I’m under contract and that’s why I signed a three-year deal.”
Myler has been missing for the past few weeks through injury but is hopeful of a return in Saturday’s clash with Celtic Crusaders in Bridgend.
“To be honest, the foot injury I’ve had has been something of a blessing because it’s kept me away from the spotlight.
“As far as I’m concerned there are no major decisions for me to make as I am contracted to keep playing for Salford.”
Myler moved to Salford from Widnes when the Vikings went in to administration at the end of 2007, signing a three-year deal which runs out at the end of the 2010 season.