Cheltenham goalkeeper Scott Brown is aiming to resolve his future soon, but only once the Robins are safe from relegation.
Brown has been in excellent form for the Robins in what has been a difficult season for the club and his performances have caught the eye of a number of potential suitors.
It is understood that the Robins are keen to keep Brown, but he could be tempted to leave Whaddon Road with a host of clubs tracking him.
"I am just concentrating on doing everything I can to keep Cheltenham in this division," said Brown.
"It is a great club that has given me my opportunity and I want to repay that faith.
"A lot of people have told me I have been playing really well but I'm just doing my job. If I am getting noticed then great, I will deal with that when we are safe."
It is understood that the likes Championship clubs Doncaster and Plymouth have been monitoring Brown over a number of games, while Swindon, Oldham and Crewe could also be vying for his signature this summer.