Former Chelsea striker relaxed over potential summer move.
West Ham striker Carlton Cole has insisted he is not concerned about his future according to Sky Sports.
Cole’s contract with the East London club expires at the end of the season and it is unclear whether the Hammers intend to offer him a new deal.
The 29-year old has not started for the club since they were thrashed 5-1 by Arsenal in January. West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has tended to prefer on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll and it seems like the former Bolton boss will attempt to make the move permanent come the summer.
But Cole is unconcerned by the uncertainty and feels no animosity towards his Upton Park team-mate.
Cole is aware of reported interest in his signature during the January transfer window and has suggested he may take the opportunity to take on a new challenge.
There were reports that a Turkish club, thought to Kasimpasa, were making enquiries to West Ham regarding Cole’s availability.
Cole insists he did not want to move during January but he could be tempted by an offer should the club return for his signature during the summer transfer window. The former England striker insists he remains focused on finishing the current campaign with West Ham.