Tariqe Fosu says he is fully committed to Charlton amid transfer interest last month.

Addicks manager Karl Robinson revealed the club turned down interest in the winger from an unnamed club on transfer deadline day.

Fosu told News Shopper: “I wasn’t made aware of it. That’s not really my focus at the moment.

“I’m just focusing on getting promoted and playing and enjoying my football. So whatever happened, I didn’t look into it much.

“To be honest, I think I saw something in the press and on Twitter. But that’s about it really.”

Fosu, who returned from a thigh injury against Walsall two weeks ago, is Charlton’s top scorer with seven goals.

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The former Reading man’s deal runs out next summer, but his sole focus remains on getting the Addicks promoted this season.

When asked if he’d thought about his contract situation, he said: “No, not really. I’m enjoying my football and that’s the main thing.

“I’m focusing on doing well, winning games and trying to get promoted. Everything else will take care of itself.”

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