Andreas Bjelland is not aware of any talks taking place over his long-term future at Brentford.
The 29-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season but the Bees have yet to start talks over extending his stay in west London.
However, the centre back is not too concerned, even though there is plenty of uncertainty for a player in the final year of his contract as one injury could jeopardise his playing career.
“Not that I know of, no,” he said when asked if talks had taken place before adding: “I don't think much about it (the risks of being in the last year of my contract) as it doesn't give me anything good.
“It's what I do today and tomorrow and what I do in the games.
“It's not worth thinking about and trying to plan anything as you don't know what's happening. I have six months on my contract. The only thing I can do is work hard and get my games here.”
Bjelland does have one eye on what he wants to do once his playing career winds down and has been doing some studying in Denmark.
“I do some education next to this to keep my head going and get away from football. I'm doing a leadership education course in Denmark via Skype,” he said.
“I did some business as well at some point. It's finding out what you want to do after. You go from being a professional and moving around every day to not.
“I want to find out what I want to do and doing different types of education and I might do coaching as well.”