Aberdeen star Chris Maguire has told skysports.com he is in the dark over his future after attracting interest from a host of clubs.
Maguire's future at Pittodrie was the subject of speculation during the transfer window with his current contract due to expire in the summer.
A number of English clubs are believed to be keeping tabs on the talented forward with the 22-year-old available on a free transfer in the summer.
Maguire, who was called into the Scotland squad for the first time earlier this week, admits he is not thinking about his future and is focused on doing his best for Aberdeen.
"We are no further on regards my contract situation," Maguire told skysports.com.
"I am still at Aberdeen and I am enjoying my football at the minute.
"The main thing for me is to keep doing what I have been doing recently and scoring goals for Aberdeen.
"I am pleased with my form as I have scored a few goals and the big thing is that I have been playing week in, week out this season."
TalksMaguire's agent, Willie McKay, has revealed a number of clubs are interested in the player, but that Aberdeen's busy fixture schedule prevented any deal happening in last month's transfer window.
"A number of clubs wanted to sign Chris during January, but due to Aberdeen's involvement in a number of big games Chris was unable to speak to any of the interested clubs.
"Obviously Aberdeen are in pole position to secure Chris on a new contract, but Chris is well within his rights to talk to other clubs about a deal for next season."