Jimmy Bullard says he is not thinking of leaving Fulham as the club battle for Premier League survival.

The midfielder has been the shining light for the Cottagers in recent weeks following a successful return to action after a long-term knee injury.

His performances for the strugglers have seen him linked with top-flight rivals Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Portsmouth.

The 29-year-old insists he is enjoying his spell at Craven Cottage, despite the club’s troubles at the bottom end of the table.

And Bullard remains confident that Fulham, who are six points from safety with fivegames to play, can still survive.

“I don’t worry what will happen if we go down,” said Bullard said.

“I love playing for Fulham and I don’t want to move – not at all.

“I think we are going to stay up anyway!”