CSKA Moscow midfielder Keisuke Honda, who has been linked with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United, insists he is "back to normal" after seeing a move to Lazio fall through.
Reports last month had suggested that United had entered the race to sign the Japan international, who has been linked with Arsenal and Liverpool on a number of occasions over the past twelve months.
It appeared that the 25-year-old was set to join Lazio in a deal worth around £12million, but a move to Italy fell through on the final day of the January transfer window after the two clubs were unable to agree how his transfer fee would be paid.
But speaking to Nikkan Sports, Honda insisted he had no regrets about his move collapsing.
"My mood's already back to normal," said the playmaker.
"When the Lazio conversation ended, I realised what I have to do from now on.
"Right now the only thing in my head is progressing as a CSKA player. [The Lazio deal collapsing] means about as much to me as a fart in the wind."
And Honda believes spending the rest of the season in Russia may work out in his favour.
"As my contract with CSKA starts to run out, more clubs will show their interest," he continued.
"What I do with this club is directly related to what happens next."
Lazio are believed to be preparing a fresh bid for Honda at the end of the season.
And he added: "It's true that I was looking forward to Italy. All I can say is that this time things didn't work out with Lazio.
"But there may be an even brighter future in store for me. My goals haven't changed and I don't intend to change them."