Ghana international midfielder Andre Ayew says he is focus on helping his side Swansea City achieve things in the ongoing season than to think about his future with the club.
Ayew, who has been in a sublime form for Swansea since arriving from a loan spell with Fenerbache in the 2018/19 season contract runs out at the end of the season.
But according to him he needs to focus on making sure the club achieve things this season.
Swansea are currently in a good position to achieve top-flight status, and there have been
"We will see. When you start thinking about that [club future], it takes away some of your focus, and I don't want that," Ayew told FourFourTwo when asked about his future.
"It could get to a point where that question will come - 'Are you staying or going?' - but right now I'm happy here.
"There's the Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup in 2022, so I need to be in the best possible shape for those, as they're very important to me.
"But first I need to focus on making sure Swansea achieve things this season."