Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini insists he is not worried about rumours over Carlos Tevez's future.
Tevez's stay at Eastlands has been the subject of speculation for some time with growing rumours that he could leave this summer.
The Agentine ace, who is battling to be fit for the FA Cup final against Stoke due to a hamstring problem, made a transfer request in December before later withdrawing it.
Inter Milan have been strongly linked with a move for the former Manchester Unitd man, but Mancini is not concerning himself with the transfer rumours.
"It is no problem," said Mancini. "Carlos has a contract with the club.
"Just now it is very important to think about the next 10 days because they are going to be very important for the club.
"We can speak about other things afterwards."
Meanwhile, Shay Given got some much-needed match practice on Thursday night as Manchester City's elite development squad ended their season with a 4-0 drubbing of Chelsea at Hyde.
The Republic of Ireland international completed the full 90 minutes as he steps up his recovery from shoulder surgery.