Anders Lindegaard claims he is not worried that his potential transfer to Manchester United has been delayed.
The Aalesund goalkeeper is hopeful that a £3.5million move will go through in January after both clubs provisionally agreed a deal.
Lindegaard, the newly-established Danish international is expected to eventually replace Edwin van der Sar as the club's No.1.
Old Trafford goalkeeping coach Eric Steele watched the 26-year-old in action a number of times before reporting back to manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
The goalkeeper is expected to be a reliable candidate to fill the gap left by Van der Sar and is particularly commanding in the air at 6ft 4in.
Sky Sports News exclusively revealed that Lindegaard had undergone a medical with the club last week.
Although Lindegaard is relaxed about the move, he admits that he would like to get his future settled soon.
He told Ekstra Bladet: "Of course, it would be nice if it is sorted out.
"It is a big issue. It's about my future, but I don't feel too worried. I still have two years left on my contract, although that is of course Plan B.
"I have huge confidence in my own abilities and talent, whether it will be at Aalesund, Manchester United or somewhere else."