Shandre Campbell says he’s fully focused on developing his game at SuperSport United amid reported interest from overseas.

The 18-year-old winger broke into the Matsatsantsa first team this season and has impressed in his 22 appearances in all competitions, where he has contributed with five goals and four assists.

Dutch clubs Excelsior Rotterdam and Feyenoord as well as DStv Premiership leaders Mamelodi Sundowns are all said to be chasing the talented player.

But the South Africa Under 20 international has explained that he is not planning to leave SuperSport at this stage of his fledgling career.

Campbell was reported by the Sowetan to have said: “It doesn’t really linger in my mind. People can say where I am going, whenever I am going, but at the end of the day, I am currently at SuperSport and that’s where I am going to be until they decide otherwise.

“I’d like to finish the season with double digits in assists and goals. As a team, we are fighting to get a CAF spot and win the Nedbank Cup as well.”

Campbell is currently a part of the Amajita squad that are in camp ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in September.

He added: “I appreciate being here and I am very thankful to the coaches for choosing me; it’s because they saw something in me.

“I wouldn’t consider myself a big player. I think we are all equal here irrespective of how much following you have, so I feel like if we all stay level-headed and listen to one another, we will go far together. In fact, no one is big here.”