Celta de Vigo star Nolito has told Sport that he is not thinking about his future right now.
The Spain international, who can play as a winger or as a forward, has been on the books of Celta since 2013 and has a contract until June 2019, according to Transfermarkt.co.uk.
The 29-year-old has refused to be drawn into speculation about his future and wants to focus on doing well for Spain at the ongoing Euro 2016 finals in France.
"I'm quiet and only thinking about the European Championship,” Nolito told Sport when asked about his future. "I don't usually see what is said about me and thus can be concentrated on achievements. I neither like nor dislike [the idea of a move to Barca].
“I'm happy at Celta, I have a three-year contract and a buy-out clause,” added the former Barcelona forward. "[Whichever club] is interested in me, you know what to do, but I'm really enjoying my time with the club."
Nolito scored 12 goals and created 60 chances in 29 La Liga appearances for Celta this past season.
The Spain international attacker had a pass accuracy of 67% and a shot accuracy of 52%, and won 16 headers, 58 dribbles and 33 tackles.
During the 2014-15 campaign, Nolito scored 13 goals and created 95 chances in 36 league matches for Celta.
West Ham would be getting a good player if they sign Nolito from Celta in the summer transfer window.