Ryan Fredericks insists he's not concentrating on contract talks between himself and Fulham and is instead focused on getting the club into the Premier League.
The full back is out of contract in the summer and has confirmed that talks are ongoing between his agent and Fulham on a new deal, but he's letting the people behind the scenes sort it while he concentrates on his football.
The 25-year-old arrived from Bristol City in August 2015 having spent just 26 days at Ashton Gate and has been an ever-present for the side since, becoming Slavisa Jokanovic's first choice right back and one of the first names on the team sheet.
As with any footballer, the former Tottenham man wants to play Premier League football and believes that can still be with Fulham next season.
He said: "Yeah I think there are talks going on, but at the moment I'm just focusing on taking it game by game and the relevant people are going to sort that out behind the scenes and I'm just going to focus on my stuff on the pitch.
"At the moment I'm just focusing on football and playing as many games as I can and doing as well as I can for Fulham, but whatever happens in the future happens but at the moment I'm fully focused on Fulham and trying to get into the top six and further on.
"There's 100% chance of Premier League football next season, that's what we're aiming for and what we're working on so I'm sure if we do our stuff we'll get there."