Ghana international forward Kamaldeen Sulemana has said he is not worried about his dip in form with FC Nordsjaelland in the ongoing Danish Superliga campaign.
Following his impressive performances with the Right to Dream Park outfit during the early stages of this term contest, the promising versatile youngster became a subject of transfer target of many clubs across Europe this winter.
Given his current topsy turvy performances, the 19-year-old has come under barrage of criticism from the club's faithfuls - with many citing interest from admirers as the main reason behind his dip in form.
But the former Ghanaian-based Right to Dream Academy product is unmoved by those diatribes as he feels motivated over that considering his determination to bounce back strongly for the rest of the league campaign.
''It does not affect me,'' Kamal told Tipsbladet of his blip.
''There has always been talk of me, but it's nothing negative. It boosts my confidence and makes me want to do more for the team because we are in a difficult period and there is more pressure on me when we are not delivering,''
He added: ''The last while has been full of disappointments and I have wanted to do more for the team. So I do not think of interested clubs. At the moment I am only thinking about improving my game and getting back in top form.''