Mame Biram Diouf is prepared to put his personal future on hold as he attempts to stabilise Blackburn's.
The Senegalese striker is unsure what the summer will hold for him, with his loan deal at Ewood Park set to expire at the end of the season.
He will be due back at parent club Manchester United once the deal reaches a conclusion, but his future at Old Trafford remains up in the air.
Diouf has been unable to convince Sir Alex Ferguson that he is worthy of a regular role at United, with just 16 appearances made during his time at Blackburn.
The 23-year-old is, however, prepared to wait and see what the 2011/12 season holds, with helping Rovers steer clear of relegation danger his priority for now.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: "From now I can't think about Manchester United and I won't. My vision at the moment is just to play for Blackburn Rovers and to help them.
"We have got five games to play and it is all about that. We just have to survive and we have to do well and that is what I am focused on.
"At the end of the season we will see what happens but that does not matter at the moment."
Blackburn sit just two points above the relegation zone heading into Monday's meeting with North West rivals Manchester City and Diouf is hoping he will get an opportunity to shine against the high-flying Blues.
"It is always hard to be in the bottom and so hopefully we are not going to be there," he said.
"We have to make ourselves play like we know we can.
"We know we have the talent and the players to do well. Every player can do it and we just have to work together and things will get better.
"My job is to score goals. I just want to show my best, do the best I can and hopefully the gaffer will see it. If he plays me in the first team then I will try and do my best."