Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas isn’t paying attention to media reports linking Manchester United counterpart David De Gea with a move to the Bernabeu.
The Costa Rican goalkeeper was reported to have agreed terms with United back in August 2015 as part of the proposed deal to take De Gea to Madrid, but the move collapsed as the Spanish club could not file a tax across to meet the registration deadline.
"I try to work hard every day and ignore those sorts of things," Navas told Madrid's official website.
"I don't gain or lose anything with all of that.
"Madrid has to have the best players and I work hard each day to be the best, be amongst the best players and to be able to stay here for many years to come.
"The support from president Florentino Perez has been very important for me, he's displayed the trust he has in me.
"I'm relaxed and I try to repay that faith with saves and by helping the team."