Ashley Young has insisted he is in no rush to seek a move from Aston Villa, despite reports linking him with a summer move to Manchester United or Liverpool.
Young has been one of Villa's most impressive performers in what has been a season of frustration for Gerard Houllier's side. It was only on Sunday that Villa secured their place in the Premier League and with safety sealed, the club can now look at planning for next term.
England international winger Young has earned admiring glances from within England and abroad and while the link with Liverpool has been mooted for some time, it has been claimed United are also keeping tabs on the situation.
Young will discuss his future with the club at the end of the season but is not in any rush to make a decision.
"I have always said at the end of the season I will speak to the manager and the chairman," Young told Sky Sports News.
"I will give 100% on the pitch and when it comes to the end of the season I will sit down and take it from there.
"There is a lot of speculation around in the football world and that is how it has been for the last few weeks. I have just got to concentrate on Aston Villa and keep doing well for the club."