West Bromwich Albion midfielder Zoltan Gera insists he is not thinking about his long-term future.
The Hungary international is in the final year of his contract at The Hawthorns, having made over 100 appearances since joining from Ferencvaros in 2004.
He could arrange a Bosman transfer in the New Year, but the 28-year-old is happy to put his club future on hold.
"Will I be free in the winter transfer period? I don't know how it goes," Gera told skysports.com.
"I have a year-long contract and I'm really uninterested about it, I just focus on the next game."
Gera also has no qualms about spending a second season at Championship level, insisting he is happy to abide by Baggies manager Tony Mowbray's decisions.
He added: "I couldn't sign for another team, that's all, and I'm not disappointed about it.
"I'm a player of West Bromwich Albion and they have the right to decide upon me.
"Our squad has got stronger, but there are many rivals, for example the relegated teams from the Premier League."