Fraizer Campbell insists he will not think about his club future until the European Under 21 Championship is over.
Campbell is currently in Sweden on international duty, trying to help Stuart Pearce's young England side claim glory at a major tournament.
He is expected to complete a move to Hull City upon his return after Manchester United accepted a £6million offer for the striker.
But Campbell is not thinking that far ahead and is staying focused on his England commitments.
"I am just concentrating on this tournament. I can worry about that kind of stuff after," he said in the Hull Daily Mail.
Tigers chairman Paul Duffen remains convinced that a deal will go through, once a severance payment from United can be agreed.
"He's playing his football over in Sweden and his father is out there watching him," Duffen explained.
"As we stand, it's a bit of a stalemate.
"It's not an issue with our offer to the player, I believe that he wants to come to us.
"But we have to be patient and let him and Manchester United come to an agreement."
I was at the Allianz Arena last season when Arsenal went there and won 2-0, which is the minimum requirement again if they are to stay in this season's Champions League.
The reaction from the media in Barcelona to the team's weekend defeat to Valladolid has been surprisingly extreme.