The youngster insisted that speculation surrounding his future as Selhurst Park has not turned his attention and he has a lot more to accomplish in south London before he thinks of moving on.
"It's nice to have that kind of story about me but I'm contracted to Palace and my main aim is getting us into the Premier League for next season," he told the Mirror.
"I enjoy every minute at Palace, it's been great, and I signed a new deal at the end of last season.
"I never expected to play one game let alone 40-odd and hopefully I can get to the 100 mark like Wilf [Zaha] and [Nathaniel] Clyne and the other academy youngsters. That would be amazing."