David Silva is fully focused on Manchester City's title bid and will leave discussions regarding a possible contract extension for the summer.
It has been suggested that City are keen to put fresh terms to their Spanish playmaker, as reward for his impressive displays in 2011/12.
Silva still has two years left to run on the deal he penned upon his arrival from Valencia in 2010, but the Blues are looking to tie him down long term.
The 26-year-old World Cup winner is aware of the contract reports, but claims to be paying little attention to them.
With City having returned to the top of the Premier League table on the back of a 1-0 derby victory over Manchester United on Monday, his only concern at present is seeing the Blues to the top-flight crown.
"I am not thinking about the prospect of a new deal this summer," said Silva.
"What I'm thinking about is the next match on Sunday (against Newcastle).
"I have two years left on my contract and I have always said I will be happy to stay here."
Silva has played a leading role in City's title challenge this season, but admits a niggling ankle complaint has held him back since he burst out of the blocks in spectacular style.
He said: "I have been quite unlucky in the second half of the season because not only have I had constant knocks on the same ankle that has caused me a lot of trouble in the past, but just at the moment when we had a dip in form as a team.
"I'm having a lot of treatment to get movement in my ankle. It is feeling slightly better, but it helps that the team are playing better."