Real Sociedad attacker Antoine Griezmann says he will decide his future after the summer's World Cup.
In March, it was reported that Griezmann, who has a 30 million euro release clause in his contract, had already agreed to join Paris Saint-Germain the summer.
English sides Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked with a move for the 23 year old, whose excellent form in La Liga this season has led to a call-up for France's World Cup squad.
Asked by reporters ahead of La Real's final game of the season at home to Villarreal if he thought this would his last game at Anoeta in the txuri-urdin colours, he said it was too early yet to talk about where he might be playing next autumn.
"I am not thinking much about that," Griezmann said in AS. "This is something for the club and my agents. I am enjoying myself a lot here and we will see what might happen. First there is Villarreal, then the World Cup, and then we will see after the holidays."
The Bourgogne-born player, who came through the youth ranks at La Real, would not be drawn on which club he might join should he move in the future.
"There is nowhere better than here -- a great club and great dressing room," Griezmann said. "If I do leave one day, it will be to a great club. But there is still a long time to go yet."