Davies focus on Baggies
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
West Brom captain Curtis Davies insists he is happy to stay at The Hawthorns.
Curtis Davies insists he is happy at West Bromwich Albion, but concedes it is flattering to be linked with Premiership clubs.
The centre-half has established himself as one of the brightest defensive prospects in England and impressed in the top flight last season.
Since West Brom's relegation to the Championship, several clubs have been watching his progress, including Arsenal and Tottenham.
But, having become captain at The Hawthorns, Davies has pledged his future to the club, stating he has no plans to seek a move in January.
"It is flattering to hear good things about you," Davies told Sky Sports News.
"But I've only been a professional for two years - this is my third year - and I've had that through my whole two years, so it's nothing different to me.
"Every window that comes up I seem to be going here and there, but I've just got to get on with my game and concentrate on doing well for West Brom.
"I'm happy here, I'm the captain here and we're playing well. I just want to get us back up and enjoy life back in the Premiership."
And while Davies owes a debt to former manager Bryan Robson, he also affirmed his happiness at working with current boss Tony Mowbray.
He added: "I still feel as key a part in the team with Tony Mowbray as I did with Bryan Robson.
"I owe a lot to Bryan Robson for giving me the chance to play Premiership football and he took a risk on me. And to make me captain this year I'm forever in debt for that."