Key Real Madrid man Angel di Maria is not getting distracted by talk of his future, and has dismissed potential offers.
The Argentine played an important role in Real Madrid's Champions League triumph and is highly regarded by manager Carlo Ancelotti.
But this has not stopped the rumour mill speculating the winger could leave, with Marca claiming Arsenal, Monaco and PSG have all submitted offers for the 26-year-old.
World Cup bound Di Maria is not concerned however, and has said he would be happy staying at Real Madrid.
He told reporters in Argentina: "I have a contract until 2018 and my head is at Real Madrid. I just think the club where I am."
It's a typically diplomatic response from the player, who is unlikely to say any different until he is told otherwise.
High on a Champions League triumph, he surely simply wants to focus on the World Cup now, having won the highest prize in European club football.
With speculation bidding could reach 50 million however, due to the finances of PSG and Monaco, Real may land up accepting an offer which is too good to refuse, and that's when Di Maria will have to address his future, otherwise it is likely to wait until the World Cup.
Right now though it appears there is little urgency on Di Maria's part or Real's to part.