Michael Mancienne has indicated that he does not want to hold talks with Wolves regarding his future until after the season has finished.
The on-loan Chelsea defender has spent the campaign at Molineux in order to increase his experience and has impressed while with Mick McCarthy's men.
McCarthy has indicated that he wants discussions with Mancienne before the end of his deal in the summer and he also plans to build a dialogue with Chelsea on the subject.
But Mancienne, who spent time with Wolves as they gained promotion from the Championship last season, wants to concentrate on ensuring his current club stay in the Premier League after collecting a vital eight points from the last four games.
The 22-year-old said: "I'm not even thinking about it (my future) to be honest.
"All I'm concentrating on is these last six games for Wolves. As to what happens after that we'll have to see."
Mancienne has started or come on as a substitute in 25 league games this season and in recent matches has operated in a central midfield role.
He said: "I have played in this position before, but I'm learning about it more and more every time I play it.
"I am happy playing anywhere I'm put, but I do enjoy the midfield role."