Scott Parker has admitted to Sky Sports that he cannot give any guarantees about his future.
West Ham's midfield lynchpin was talking at the Football Writers' Association dinner, where he was collecting their Footballer of the Year award.
Parker has had a sensational campaign, but West Ham are still firmly embroiled in Premier League relegation trouble and could even be relegated this weekend.
Parker, who has been nursing an Achilles problem, insists he is firmly focused on keeping West Ham up.
"My main focus is getting fit and trying to win the two remaining games, and fingers crossed the other results go our way and we stay up," he told Sky Sports News.
"Obviously if we do go down things change, everything changes, but whatever comes of that, comes of that. But my main focus is to try and win matches for West Ham."
Parker has battled his way into the England picture this season and he concedes that place would be hard to maintain in the Championship.
"Not many England players play in the Championship, so it would be in jeopardy," he said.
"But at this moment in time I cannot think about that, but if you ask me the same question in two weeks' time when we know what position we are in and whether we are down or not, then I could answer that better."
Parker conceded he could not give any 'guarantees' about his future, but he insisted that nobody at the club could.
"Obviously there are no guarantees, that is just the way things are and even if you had the owners sat here, they would be the same, so would every player in our squad," he said.
"When a team gets relegated everything changes - I am a part of it, and I think everyone at the club is, but things change."
Parker insisted he was looking to be fit for the crucial weekend clash at Wigan.
"I am hoping to be fit for the weekend, I have picked up my training - the injury has come at a very hard time and we have been struggling, and it has been difficult and hopefully I can get out there and we can try and get the points."
Parker also spoke of his joy at landing the Footballer of the Year Award.
The England international - who started his career at Charlton before spells with Chelsea and Newcastle ahead of joining the Irons in 2007 - was guest of honour as he collected the prestigious accolade, which has been running since 1948, at a gala dinner at the Lancaster London Hotel.
Parker, 30, is the first Hammer since England World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore in 1964 to receive the FWA award, and the midfielder admitted it was a moving occasion.
"It feels pretty amazing. When I first got the call to say I had won the award, you can imagine all of the emotions into one, exciting and shock," he said.
"I am staggered I have won and am very, very proud.
"This is a massive thing, when you look back at the people who have won this award in the past, especially someone like the great Bobby Moore, to think my name will be alongside them is pretty special for me.
"At the end of the day, I am in a team sport and ultimately I'm not doing it by myself.
"I could change all this for me to stay up and be involved in a successful team.
"I would not want to be involved in a team which went down, along with all the rest of the squad, so hopefully we can get some results before the end of the season and other results go our way, so we can get out it."