Birmingham City's Carling Cup match-winner Obafemi Martins remains unsure regarding his long-term future at St Andrews.
Martins etched his name into Birmingham folklore on Sunday after coming off the bench to score the winner in the 2-1 success over Arsenal at Wembley.
The Nigerian is currently on loan with Blues until the end of the season and has previously suggested he would relish a permanent return to the Premier League.
However, his parent club Rubin Kazan expect Martins to return to Russia at the end of the season and say no agreement is in place with Birmingham for a permanent deal.
The 26-year-old is uncertain about his future and is trying to focus on scoring the goals which will preserve Blues' place in the top flight.
"I don't know anything," Martins told the Birmingham Mail.
"I'm still on loan and I just want to be with the team, scoring goals, and we will see what is going to happen."
The former Newcastle United forward was wanted by several clubs, including West Brom, in January, but is confident he made the right choice in opting for Birmingham.
He added: "When Birmingham called me, I decided to come. They have the players that can play.
"I'm lucky to be here, and we have won at Wembley."