Marek Cech has confirmed his West Brom future will be resolved at the end of the season.
The Baggies' bid for an instant return to the Premier League could be completed this weekend and Cech will be one of the first names on the team-sheet after becoming a mainstay at left-back this season.
Roberto Di Matteo's side can seal promotion to the top-flight if they triumph over Doncaster Rovers on Saturday as they are now 11 points above Nottingham Forest with four games left to play.
And Cech, who has become a regular in Di Matteo's plans after spending the first two seasons in the West Midlands as Paul Robinson's understudy, is his only focussed on helping Albion secure their return to the Big Time.
"At the moment I'm not considering what happens after this season," the defender told SITA. "My priority is to win the Doncaster game so that we achieve our goal as soon as possible.
"Maybe a draw will be enough, but we don't want to rely on others and want to win. We are quite close but you know how it is - the last step is always the toughest one."
Cech joined West Brom from Porto in 2008 but was restricted to being a bit-part player under former boss Tony Mowbray.
The 27-year-old defender came close to leaving the Black Country side on several occasions but as the Slovakia international admits he is now enjoying football at the Hawthorns after being given a chance by Di Matteo.
"I hope it will go on like this," said Cech. "It makes me happy to feel the confidence given in me by the coach.
"I have been starting at left-back and there is a great mood within the team as we have been doing pretty well and are very close to earning promotion."
Slovakia have qualified for this summer's World Cup for the first time in their history and Cech admits it has been a dream come true.
"My aim has been to reach the World Cup with Slovakia and help West Brom to get back to the Premier League. One dream has come true and if the other should come as well, then I will be absolutely happy,"