Sven Goran Eriksson has yet to make a firm decision on the comings-and-goings at Manchester City in the summer.
The City boss was active in the transfer market last summer after being armed with a sizeable transfer kitty following his appointment.
He continues to be linked with several potential new signings, while questions have also been asked about the futures of current City players.
But, with City still pushing for European football, Eriksson is keen to put any decisions about his squad for next season on hold.
"We haven't decided that yet for sure, not publicly anyway," said Eriksson on Sky Sports News.
"We are still six games to play and I think it's too early to talk about that today."
Eriksson also reiterated his belief that captain Richard Dunne will still be at the club next season, with City aiming to secure the defender on a new contract.
"We don't really talk about contracts in this moment," added Eriksson. "We try to concentrate on Chelsea.
"I think we all should do that and try to play better football than we did last weekend.
"I'm quite sure that you will see Richard Dunne playing for Manchester City even next season and the season after, and so on. I'm quite sure about that.
"They're busy times. I don't think it's going to be resolved in the coming weeks, I think it's more a question of the end of the season."