Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic insists he is unconcerned by the club's failure to open negotiations over a new contract, despite the fact he has entered the final year of his current deal, reports Sky Sports.
The 31-year-old defender has suffered a number of serious injuries over the past two seasons, which have limited the Serbia international's playing time.
Now back fit, and ready for the start of the 2013/14 campaign, Vidic is eager to prove his fitness and form, in the hope of securing a new contract at Old Trafford, under the stewardship of new manager, David Moyes.
And, as Manchester United prepare to begin the defence of their Premier League title with an opening day trip to Swansea City, the Red Devils skipper says that all he is thinking about is performing as best he can to help the collective team this season.
"I'm not expecting anything [in terms of a new contract]," Vidic is quoted by The Sun. "I'm just trying to perform as best I can and we'll see where I am and what the plans are.
"I'm not worried. I never like to make promises about how many games I could play, but I feel good."
Vidic and Manchester United made the best possible start to 2013/14, after winning the Community Shield at Wembley, following a 2-0 victory over Wigan Athletic, thanks to a brace from Robin van Persie.