Salomon Kalou has insisted he is staying focused on helping Chelsea achieve their targets for the rest of the season rather than thinking about his future.
The Ivory Coast international will be out of contract in the summer and had looked set to leave the club after Andre Villas-Boas admitted no talks had taken place over an extension.
The situation may change now that Villas-Boas has been replaced at the helm by Roberto Di Matteo, but speculation continues to suggest Kalou is attracting attention from elsewhere.
AC Milan, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich have all been linked with a summer swoop for the 26-year-old, while Arsenal have also been credited with an interest.
Kalou maintains that he is not looking too far ahead, though, preferring to concentrate on Chelsea's bid for the UEFA Champions League, FA Cup and a top-four finish in the Premier League.
He says he will then let matters regarding his future take care of themselves at the end of the campaign, although he has made it clear that he has enjoyed the past six years at Stamford Bridge.
"I am a Chelsea player and I want to finish the season strongly," he said.
"Hopefully we can win the Champions League and the FA Cup and also finish in the Champions League positions
"I am not thinking about a transfer yet. At the end of the season everything will be clear in everyone's head.
"Chelsea is a great club and I like the club so let's wait and see."