Schalke striker Kevin Kuranyi is remaining calm over his future with his contract set to expire this summer.
The former Germany international looks set for a move away from the Bundesliga at the end of the season with Juventus and Dinamo Moscow believed to be keen on his services.
A move to Dinamo could prove lucrative for the 28-year-old, with reports suggesting a £5million annual salary is on the table from the Russian Premier League outfit.
However, the former Stuttgart hit-man, who has 15 Bundesliga goals in 24 starts this season, is in no rush to secure his future and admits he knows little of the interest from Russia.
"On this you have got to ask my club, Schalke," Kuranyi told Sky Deutschland, regarding the Dinamo offer.
"But all in all these are things that are getting talked about in public, I just have the ambition to be successful with the club."
Schalke manager Felix Magath appears resigned to losing his star striker, though, admitting Kuranyi's future is in his own hands.
"At the end of the season Kevin is able to join about every club he likes to go to," said Magath. "He has a contract running out at out club."
Kuranyi, who has 19 goals in 52 international caps, will not take part in this summer's World Cup in South Africa due to a long-standing feud with Germany boss Joachim Low.