Keith Andrews insists he remains relaxed about whether West Brom are ready to offer him a contract to remain at The Hawthorns beyond the end of the season.
Although the Baggies midfielder is hopeful that a deal will eventually get sorted with the club's hierarchy, he is happy to showcase his talents in the remaining eight games of the Premier League season in case Albion do not come up with an offer.
The experienced Republic of Ireland international admitted he is now 'in the shop window' as he awaits the club's next move, having joined Roy Hodgson's side on a short-term deal in January.
"I am sure it will get sorted," said Andrews. "The club have said that.
"If they want to wait a while that's fine by me. If they want to take a chance and leave it, they can do that by all means.
"From my point of view I am in the shop window here and that was always the plan anyway.
"I came here for six months and I am trying my best to earn a contract.
"Hopefully it will be here, but if it's not, it's not.
"If the club want to talk to me they know where I am and from my point of view I am happy here for the time being and we will see what happens.
"I am feeling good physically and enjoying training. It's a good club to be at the moment so I am looking to go into the summer in good form."