Walsall captain Andy Butler is focusing on securing the club's survival in League One rather than his own future.
Butler is out of contract at the end of the season and as yet talks over a new deal are still to take place.
The 27-year-old has established himself as a key player in the Walsall side since arriving on a free transfer in November and he is currently captain for Dean Smith's side after being given the role by former boss Chris Hutchings before his departure.
The former Scunthorpe and Huddersfield ace has made 18 appearances for Walsall and chipped in with three goals for the Saddlers as they look to climb out of the drop zone.
Butler insists he is not worried about his contract situation and is focusing all his efforts in guiding Walsall to safety.
In the mix
"We are right back in the mix now," Butler told skysports.com. "It's so tight down there that if you can just get out of the relegation zone you can climb up to about 14th in no time.
"It's just about making that step - and the way we are playing we can do it.
"The manager has brought in his new ideas and the lads are enjoying his training and style of management.
"It shows on the pitch how much the lads want to play for him. He has given us the chance and we have to repay him by putting on performances on the pitch.
"We just have to keep plugging away. That fifth-bottom place is the one we are aiming for. If we don't get any higher than that this season, who cares?"
Butler is hoping he can keep popping up with a few goals to aid Walsall's survival bid.
"I don't mind throwing myself at the ball if that's what it takes," added Butler.
"It doesn't matter what part of you it goes in off. If there is a ball there to attack I'll attack it like any defender would.
"On a personal note it's always nice to score, but it is a team effort and the good thing is we look like scoring goals at the moment and a lot of players are chipping in."