Germany international Tim Wiese is not looking to leave Werder Bremen amid reports linking him with a move to Wolfsburg.
The goalkeeper will be out of contract next summer, but he has indicated he would be prepared to extend his deal.
That would disappoint Wolfsburg, who are said to be interested in signing the 29-year-old, but Wiese's agent is in talks with Bremen.
Wiese told Deutsche Presseagentur: "Let us wait and see. I can imagine signing a new deal with Werder Bremen and it is a fact that Werder Bremen general manager Klaus Allofs and my agent, Roger Wittmann, have already had a meeting about this.
"I feel we should come up with a decision in between the autumn time and the new year."
Bremen last week completed the signing of Serbia Under 21 international Aleksandar Ignjovski for an undisclosed fee from OFK Beograd. He signed a three-year contract.
Meanwhile, Allofs has confirmed the club have reported Racing Santander to Fifa over the failure to meet payments for Markus Rosenberg.
The Sweden international last season spent time on loan with the Spanish club and Allofs claims the player has also made a report to Fifa over the non-payment of wages.