Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba was coy about his future after scoring the goal which took the Bianconeri one step closer to a third straight scudetto at the weekend.
Pogba, 21, continues to be linked with a summer switch to Paris Saint-Germain and revealed at the weekend he has yet to talk to the Turin club about a potential contract extension.
"I've not spoken to anybody about a new contract, about the transfer market or my future yet," the France international said in an interview with BeIn Sports. "Of course it's flattering to have so many big clubs showing an interest. PSG are a great club."
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Pogba was more reassuring in interviews with Italian media, though, insisting there simply has not been any time to sit down and discuss terms over a new contract. The France international still has two years left to run on his current deal with the Bianconeri, whom he joined on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2012.
"I'm just focusing on my football," he said. "All I am thinking about is this season and winning a scudetto which would be historic for this club. And then there's the Europa League. Yes, doing the double would be absolutely amazing and all I am concerned about is making history for this club."
Pogba scored the only goal of the game in Juve's 1-0 win at Bologna on Saturday which moves the champions eight points clear of Roma at the top of Serie A with four matches left to play. Juve could wrap up the title next weekend with a win at Sassuolo, if Roma fail to beat AC Milan.
"It's not done yet, but we're nearly there," added Pogba. "At Juventus it's all about the team and not about individuals, and we all feel we're closer to the title now."