Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings has revealed that he is unsure on how he would react to an offer from one of the huge clubs chasing his signature in the January transfer window.
He has also told the press that he has not, as of yet, had contact from the likes of Arsenal, who are thought to be interested in signing him.
Mings has emerged as one of the hottest prospects in the Championship this season, with his blistering form causing the Gunners to eye him up as a possible January addition.
The north London side are keen to snap him up in a deal thought to be worth around £10 million, showing Mings’ progress over the last season.
However, Mings does not know how he would react to any offer from the Premier League’s big boys.
Although he has admitted that he believes he will still be at Portman Road at the end of the January window.
“I haven’t received any offers,” the 21-year-old told Sky Sports.
“It’s very easy to keep doing what I am doing. The speculation has come from me playing well at Ipswich and getting the opportunity here so that’s all I can continue to do, to play well and keep my attention here.
“I don’t know if an offer would turn my head. We have to wait for that day to come but I doubt it would.
“I am absolutely confident I will be here at the end of January. I don’t see a reason why anything else would happen.”