Manchester United youngster Tahith Chong has insisted he is not thinking about his future during his loan spell with Club Brugge.
The Dutchman joined the Belgian side on loan in the January transfer window, cutting short an unsuccessful loan spell with German side Werder Bremen to make the move.
He’s managed six appearances in the Jupiler Pro League so far, racking up four assists in those games, an impressive number which has naturally led to questions about his future.
The 21-year-old’s contract with Manchester United expires next summer and, as yet, there has been no suggestion they will be extending it.
That means this summer could prove to be a decisive one, with United unlikely to loan him out again if his contract is expiring and more liable to sell him to ensure he does not leave on a free next year.
What happens remains to be seen, and the forward insists he is not thinking about his future, be it away from Manchester United or not.
“I look at it step by step,” he told De Kraant van West-Vlaanderen.
“If I start thinking about where I want to be next year, I wouldn’t be focused on Anderlecht next Sunday.
“I can only do my utmost. And enjoy the game. I always try to play football with a smile.
“My focus is now on the two remaining matches and the play-offs. You will have to prove yourself there anyway.
“(If I could choose) then I would go home and discuss it with my mum and dad. Then I’ll listen to the pluses and minuses. Then we’ll work it out as a family.”