Rotherham loan star Sam Wood insists uncertainty regarding his long-term future will not affect his performances.
The winger has impressed since joining the Millers from Brentford in November, making five appearances in all competitions.
The 25-year-old has found a new lease of life working with former Bees boss Andy Scott after being restricted at Griffin Park.
The Millers are keen to retain his services beyond January, although he told skysports.com he is just enjoying the chance to play regular football again.
"Obviously, it is just nice to be back playing football at first-team level again and in matches that actually count for something," said Wood.
"I can't say what the future holds, but hopefully I can continue to take this opportunity with both hands.
"It will hopefully be a win-win situation because I can show people what I can do, including Brentford, and then if there isn't anything for me back at Brentford I might have impressed people here at Rotherham enough to offer me something.
"I've just got to perform first and let my future sort itself out later, but I've been given a great opportunity by Rotherham to come here and show what I am all about."
Wood has been with the Bees since 2008 and has made over 100 appearances for the club, but the thought of leaving permanently does not faze him.
"It is just one of those things that happen and it is part and parcel of football, with players moving to different clubs on a regular basis," he concluded.
"It is always nice to move to a club that wants you and I'm just going to take every day as it comes.
"I'm obviously at Rotherham at the moment, so all I can do is focus on playing well for Rotherham and helping them pick up results."