Boaz Myhill insists his only focus is on helping Birmingham secure promotion, amid uncertainty over his long-term future.
Myhill is currently on a season-long loan at St Andrew's from West Brom as part of the deal which saw Ben Foster head in the opposite direction to the Hawthorns.
The Baggies have admitted they are keen to secure Foster's services on a permanent contract, but that switch is expected to hinge on whether the Blues can gain an immediate return to the Premier League.
Chris Hughton's side currently occupy the final play-off berth on goal difference alone, although a victory in their game in hand would elevate them to fourth in the standings despite a patchy run of just one win in their last seven matches.
Myhill admits he has been warmly welcomed into the Birmingham dressing room this season, but with time still to run on his West Brom contract is unsure where he will be plying his trade next season.
"I have a year left on my contract at Albion, plus an option for another, but I don't know what will happen there," he told the Birmingham Mail.
"My aim is to get Birmingham promoted. I feel very much a part of this club.
"There will be players playing for clubs all over the league who will have no contract left but will still be totally focused on what they have to do."