Updated from 9:35 a.m. ESTUS Airways ( LCC) CEO Doug Parker said Tuesday that he would be perfectly content to refocus his attention on his own company if the bid to acquire Delta ( DALRQ) falls through. His comments came on a conference call after US Airways posted a fourth-quarter profit of $12 million, or 13 cents a share, compared with a loss of $261 million the previous year. Excluding items, the company would have earned 91 cents in the most recent quarter, 11 cents ahead of estimates. "We have a company to run, one that we're doing really well at as today's results show," Parker said. "We are so happy with where we are, we're not going to keep chasing this thing. We're quite happy taking care of our own debtholders, whom we haven't defaulted on and don't plan to default on." US Airways has set a Feb. 1 deadline for Delta's creditors to take "affirmative action" on its hostile $10.2 billion takeover bid. The action would have to include postponing a scheduled Feb. 7 court hearing on Delta's disclosure statement. "If the creditors committee is not willing to do what it should do for the people it represents, the people who have been defaulted on by Delta management," US Airways will walk away, Parker said. He declined to say whether US Airways would raise its bid for a second time but acknowledged that the possibility has been raised by bondholders because the value of Delta bonds is dropping and they "are getting more and more agitated."