Ronan Curtis has declared he’s not going anywhere.
The forward has pledged his future to Pompey after reportedly being on a bevy of Premier League and Championship clubs’ radars.
According to TEAMtalk, the likes of Leicester, Brighton, Leeds, Sheffield United and Derby have all sent scouts to run the rule over the Republic of Ireland under-21 international.
Curtis has made a barnstorming start to his Fratton Park career since arriving from Derry City for an undisclosed fee in June.
The 22-year-old has netted six goals and created five for the League One leaders.
He’s swiftly endeared himself to the Fratton faithful and has earned two call-ups to Martin O’Neill’s Ireland senior set-up.
TEAMtalk’s ‘exclusive’ claims the clubs keeping tabs on Curtis could swoop for him in January.
However, Curtis has insisted he has no intention of leaving the Blues.
He wrote on Twitter: ‘Don’t no (sic) why this is all going about am a Portsmouth players (sic) and am not leaving simple as.’