Manchester United target and Brazilian starlet Ganso insists he will not be contemplating his future until January reports skysports.com.
The 22-year-old Santos midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to Europe, but says he is not willing to consider a transfer until after the World Club Championship.
Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson has been keeping tabs on the exciting South American talent, with a view to bringing him to Old Trafford in the next transfer window.
But Manchester United may now face competition from Serie A giants AC and Inter Milan, who have both expressed an interest in Ganso.
"In July I thought about the chance of being transferred, of leaving Santos, but then I came to the conclusion that the best decision was to delay my departure," he told Globoesporte.
"Actually I don't care about any rumour that may say that I am leaving Santos. I have my mind focused on my team and nothing else."
Ferguson spent much of the summer searching for a midfield replacement to fill the void left by the retired Paul Scholes, and despite the emergence of Tom Cleverley, it is believed that Manchester United could still make a move in January.
"Santos has offered to renew my contract," continued Ganso. "But until January I don't want to think about my future.
"The most important thing for me is to have a good performance at the Club World Cup."