Gary Mackay-Steven says he is happy at Aberdeen and open to staying with the club.
The winger has been in outstanding form for the Dons this season, but his contract is up at the end of the campaign.
The 28-year-old has started this term in great touch and has already found the net six times – including hitting the winner on Friday against Hibs at Pittodrie – and assisted two more strikes.
The form the ex-Dundee United and Celtic player has shown has been rewarded with international recognition from Scotland boss Alex McLeish.
The winger says he is enjoying life in the Granite City and is not focusing on his contract situation.
Mackay-Steven said: “I’m happy here and we’ll see what happens.
“I’m not too sure what the manager’s thoughts are.
“But for me I am happy at the moment, in a good place and focusing on each game and that’s what I’ve got to keep doing right now.”
Mackay-Steven joined the Reds in a £150,000 move from the Hoops in the summer of 2017.
He performed well last term and seemed to get better as the season went on, ending up with nine goals and six assists.
Mackay-Steven also set up Scotland’s consolation goal in last month’s 3-1 friendly defeat to Portugal and is in the squad for the Nations League deciders against Albania on Saturday and Israel on Tuesday.
At present there hasn’t been a concrete offer made to him by Aberdeen.
But he is relaxed about the situation and is keeping the same mantra of focusing on training and playing games and is happy to let his future sort itself out in due course.
He added: “There hasn’t been any movement. I’m not really focused on that.
“I’m just focused on day by day stuff. That has served me well up until now and hopefully I can keep doing what I’m doing on the pitch.”
Mackay-Steven also explained the reason for his blistering start to the season.
He reckons getting a full pre-season without injury meant he had confidence and was in great condition when the Dons started their season at the end of July with the Europa League second qualifying round tie with Burnley.
From there, Mackay-Steven has kicked on and he said: “It’s all about getting a run of games.
“I had a great pre-season under my belt this year.
“When you get the minutes in pre-season and come through that unscathed you hit the ground running when the season starts.
“That’s what I’ve done and I feel I’ve maintained that start and I look to keep doing that.”
Dons manager Derek McInnes was impressed with the contribution of Mackay-Steven after he was the difference maker against Hibs.
The Pittodrie gaffer believes he is capable of delivering big moments for both club and country.
He said: “Gary has got to feel that importance of being a really important player for us and being relevant in every game he plays.
“He is capable of big moments in the game and he should be confident going away with Scotland.
“Gary had the confidence to take the shot on.
“When he reaches those levels he is as good a wide player as we have.”