Jack Redshaw insists he has no regrets about turning down a move to Peterborough.
The Morecambe striker was the focus of the previous transfer window at the Globe Arena with January’s soon drawing to a close.
The 24-year-old rejected a move to the League 1 club in August after a “substantial” fee had been agreed between the clubs and isn’t phased by being considered one of the Shrimps’ primary assets.
He said: “I’m happy here and I’m settled here.
“I don’t regret it (turning down the move to Peterborough).
“I’ve not heard anything (in January) and until I do I’ll be here until the end of my contract.
“I just turn up to training every day and then play on the Saturday if I’m picked.
“I just get on with it and try and do my best for the team.”
Doing the best for the team is exactly what Redshaw appears to be doing as he strives to reach his best form despite that penalty miss against Stevenage with his latest goal securing a point against Plymouth.
The former Manchester City youngster said: “I feel good.
“I’m getting a run of games so I’m feeling fitter, stronger and sharper with every game.
“The two against Hartlepool was a big boost for me and then I went and missed the penalty which was disappointing.
“But I’ve had a few decent games and the goal against Plymouth was another pick me up.
“I think I’ve found a bit of form and I’m feeling confident with every game.
“The more confident you are the better you’ll play on the field.
“I’m hopefully going to score more goals.”
Now, starting with AFC Wimbledon, Redshaw hopes to help turn the Shrimps’ last four draws in to wins and fire them up the League 2 table.
He said: “I think the lads are doing really well and we’re only going to kick on and push on.
“We need a few more three points rather than draws but I’m sure that will come.
“We’re still unbeaten in 2015 and I’d take that as a positive.”