Mikkel Andersen admits he does not know where his future lies but will not be losing any sleep wondering about it.
The talented goalkeeper, 21, is on loan at Bristol Rovers from Reading until January 4, having also spent the majority of last term at the Memorial Stadium.
He is currently preparing for Tuesday night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Section semi-final at home to Exeter, but may not even be at the club for the area finals early next year.
"I don't know (if I'll be here should Rovers progress), I'm here until January 4 so far," he told Bristol Rovers Player. "I'm enjoying my football, I feel like I'm getting the best out of it.
"We've got the game Tuesday against Exeter and it's a great chance for us to get a win and progress further in the cup. We had a good draw compared to the other teams we could have had but don't mistake that, Exeter are a good team. But we go there to win.
"I don't think about my future, I tried it last season and it doesn't affect me anymore. I take one game at a time. At the beginning it was hard, difficult to stay focused when you haven't got your future settled but, at the end of the day, that's football."