Liverpool target Heung-Min Son is unaware whether he will sign a new long-term contract at Hamburg this winter, reports Sky Sports.
The 20-year-old South Korean international has scored five goals in nine appearances for the Bundesliga outfit this season, and continues to attract attention from a number of clubs around Europe.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has been credited with an interest in bringing Son to Anfield in January, as talks at the Imtech Arena continue to stall, with his current deal running until 2014.
"I am yet unaware if I am to sign a new deal with Hamburger SV this winter," he told the Hamburger Morgenpost.
"Still there is no doubt I am very happy about the circumstance of being a player of Hamburger SV. I like the club and I love the fans as much as they love me."
Liverpool have been linked with a raft of attacking players when the transfer window reopens in the New Year, particularly after the recent injury to summer signing Fabio Borini - who was ruled out for three months, with a broken foot - on national team duty with the Italy U21s.
Son is one of the brightest prospects in Asian football at the moment, and would be an attractive addition for Reds owners Fenway Sports Group, as they look to continue branching out and marketing in all areas of the world.