Worcester star Matt Kvesic has scotched reports linking him with a move to Premiership powerhouse Saracens next summer.

The 20-year-old, who is back in the Warriors starting line-up after having shoulder surgery in the off-season, is out of contract at the end of the current campaign.

That had to speculation this would be his last season in the Blue and Gold and that he has already agreed a deal to move to the London-based outfit.

However, Kvesic, who was speaking at the launch of the LV= Cup which for Warriors starts at home to Scarlets this weekend, dismissed the rumour out of hand and claimed that his long-term future is not something that worries him unduly.

"I can definitely say it is not a done deal that I am off to Saracens. There is no done deal whatsoever, that's not the case at all. I don't know where that came from," he said.

"I have not much thought into to it to be honest. I have not really spoken to my agent a huge amount about it.

"For me it was about coming back from the summer and a shoulder op and those first few games were key.

"I just want to cement my starting seven shirt, I have not thought about the whole contract side of things at the moment.

"I just want to play as much as I can. I am enjoying playing at Worcester, the facilities are great and I am enjoying playing there. I just need to play a little bit more and we will see how it goes but I am happy at Worcester at the moment."

He has also hinted that he could follow in Matt Mullan's path by turning down the chance to go to a more prestigious and high profile club in order to fulfil his goals at Sixways.

Mullan was also rumoured to be heading to Saracens last summer but instead he opted to remain loyal to his only professional club when he signed a contract extension well before the end of the season.

That has proved to be a shrewd decision so far, despite Saturdays dismal defeat at Exeter Warriors are still in with a chance of stabilising in mid-table, Mullan has stepped up as captain in the odd game and he was recently called up to train with England.

Those are encouraging signs for Kvesic: "I feel I can achieve my ambitions at Worcester," he said.

"Game time is a massive factor. The group of players we have got has been really good, everyone has bought into that ambition of aiming for that top six position and hopefully we can do that.

"Matt Mullan is an example, he has played for England and he got called up the other week to go and train and stuff.

"Just being among those [Worcester] squads at my age is massive and as much experience as I can get at Premiership level is key.

"I haven't spoken to the club or my agent really about it. Its one of those things that when the time is right, that's when I will settle down and talk to the club.

"At the moment for me its a matter of playing and getting game time at No. 7. To be honest I am not too worried about all that sort of stuff. That will settle itself out after Christmas."