Harry Worley insists he is happy to put his long-term future at Leicester City to one side during his loan spell at Crewe Alexandra.
The defender is currently spending the season on loan at Gresty Road and is due to make his 21st appearance for Crewe against Barnet on Saturday.
He has yet to make an impact back at Leicester and has not made a first-team appearance since joining the club on a permanent basis in 2008.
The 21-year-old has a further year remaining on his contract at the Walkers Stadium and has been tipped to be sold by Nigel Pearson in the summer.
However, Worley is not worrying about what may happen at the end of the season and is enjoying playing regular football at Crewe.
"I've had no contact from Leicester as to where my future lies, but I'm not thinking about it at the moment," Worley told The Sentinel.
"I'm playing for Crewe and that's my priority. I'm happy here because I'm playing."