Manchester City will discuss a new contract with David Silva but the player claims he is not looking beyond his current deal.
The midfield maestro signed a four-year contract when he made a £26million move to City in 2010 and the club are hoping to extend the Spaniard's stay.
And City boss Roberto Mancini insists plans to keep the player long-term will be underway soon.
"We won't have a problem with David," said Mancini.
"He has two more years on his contract and I don't think that is an issue. It is important that after May we need to start talks over a new contract for him."
But Silva was more cautious when asked about his intentions.
"I've got two more years left on my contract here," he told the Daily Telegraph. "I'm very happy and I am going to see them through.
"After that, who knows? Football is a changeable game, from one day to another, everything could change. I only see myself at the moment as where I am and that is at City."