Coventry City striker Viktor Gyokeres has admitted he was aware of interest during the recent January transfer window but was completely committed to the Championship outfit.

Gyokeres, who has been capped 11 times by Sweden, has 13 goals for Mark Robins' side so far this term and was one of a handful of strikers linked with a mid-season switch to Goodison Park.

Gyokeres has been linked with a number of clubs, including Everton in recent times, though no move has yet materialised, with amid claims Coventry have placed a £25million price tag on the 24-year-old.

But despite that big valuation, it seems Palmer still believes that the Sky Blues are going to find it tough when it comes to retaining the services of the striker.

But the 24-year-old has now admitted to the BBC that he was aware of such speculation but underlined his commitment to Coventry City and their outside chances of breaking into the play-offs.

When the transfer window opens again in the summer, Gyokeres will be into the final year of his contract with the Sky Blues, which could make it their final chance to receive a fee for him.

"Yeah but I was just focused on being here and didn't have any thoughts on other things," said Gyokeres "I was just thinking about the games we had during January, focusing on Coventry, and that's what I did."

That is something that clubs will be aware of, meaning interest in Gyokeres will surely grow, putting further pressure on Coventry when it comes to the future of their top scorer.