Enoch Showunmi happy to stay at Tranmere Rovers

Enoch Showunmi
Showunmi started his professional career at Luton Town

Tranmere striker Enoch Showunmi says he is happy at the club, despite three rejected bids from Notts County.

Showunmi, who scored 13 goals in 49 appearances at Prenton Park last season, insists he has not been distracted by the speculation.

"Like I said to the gaffer, I'm happy to stay," he told BBC Radio Merseyside.

"I had a good season here last year and when you have good seasons you attract interest. I'll just see what the club wants to do, but I'm happy to stay."

Tranmere beat Chesterfield 1-0 in their opening League One game of the season, but were knocked of the Carling Cup after a 3-0 first round defeat at Doncaster on Tuesday.

Showunmi says he hopes their league form will continue and this year he believes Rovers are much stronger.

"Every season you look to improve on what you did the last year," he continued.

"I think we've got a better squad and we've more strength in depth so we're looking to push on and see where it takes us."