Moussa Dembele has told Get French Football News that he is focusing on Fulham amid rumours over his future.

Dembele, 19, joined Fulham from Paris Saint-Germain in 2012, and has become a key player for the Cottagers this season, smashing eight goals in 18 games.

As with many young talents in the Football League, Dembele’s success is now attracting plenty of interest, with the London Evening Standard reporting earlier this week that Tottenham Hotspur are lining up a move for the talented young Frenchman.

Dembele’s contract at Craven Cottage expires at the end of the season, and clubs are lining up bargain moves for the player despite the fact that they would have to pay compensation – and according to the Daily Mail, Fulham rejected a £750,000 offer from Dutch giants Feyenoord for the teenager.

Now, Get French Football News have asked Dembele about his future with Fulham, and he has stated that he is trying to ignore suggestions from the media that he could be moving on soon, and prefers to leave off-field matters in the hands of his representatives.

“Every week the media is sending me to different clubs,” said Dembele. “It is funny and flattering but on a serious note I am focusing on Fulham and promotion to the Premier League. All the other things do not affect me that much. I don’t deceive. I give 100% everytime I wear the shirt. For the rest, my agents are dealing with it,” he added.