"It is nice to be talked about but I'm happy at Wigan. I like the manager and the goalkeeping coach and it's a great set-up. I'm not even thinking about England," he told the Guardian. "We need to stay in this league first and foremost. I don't want to think beyond that because I know from experience how quickly things can change. I've missed a lot of club football over the last few years and that is my bread and butter.
"What has happened over the last few years has given me perspective on a lot of things. It certainly makes you realise how things can change. I'm sure the manager [Fabio Capello] has his plans but I'm not even thinking of England. All that matters are the next four games for Wigan. If your mind starts wandering, that's when you can find yourself in a lot of trouble."