By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Wrexham winger Carlos Edwards insists he will not allow speculation to unsettle him.Carlos Edwards insists he will not allow speculation to unsettle him as he looks to keep Wrexham in League One.
The Trinidadian winger has been linked with a switch to The Championship, with Coventry City, Leeds United and West Ham United rumoured to be keen.
But the 26-year-old has no desire to walk out on The Dragons, who are locked in the relegation zone after being docked 10 points earlier in the season.
Edwards admits he is used to having his future discussed in the media and will not let the rumours distract him from the task in hand.
"In the past I've been told there are clubs interested in me and sniffing around me but it doesn't affect me," said Edwards.
"As one of the better-known players at the club it's something that I've had to get used to but I've never let it get on top of me.
"If I have to leave Wrexham then fine but until then I'm concentrating on Wrexham and trying to keep us up."
Edwards missed the first half of the season due to a knee injury but is now back in the team as the Welsh side look to stay in League One.