Spain star David Silva is happy to put his club future on hold until after the World Cup.
The Valencia winger is reported to be on the summer wish-lists of a host of Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
Silva is expected to leave the Mestalla this summer, with Los Che's star striker David Villa having already tied up a move to Barcelona for next season.
However, the 24-year-old insists that speculation over his future will not affect him during the World Cup finals in South Africa.
"Right now I should not talk about my future," he declared. "I am with the national squad and we will see what happens later. I have a contract with Valencia but my only thought is to help the national team at the World Cup."
Speaking over the weekend, Valencia president Manuel Llorente revealed that Manchester City had been in touch to enquire about his club's £20million-rated wideman.
"The news is true," he said. "City got in touch with us to ask for a meeting, but then they informed us that they could not come and that they intend to do so a little further down the line."