Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj has revealed that he is not interested in choosing which nation he represents just yet, according to Goal.
The youngster's future, both at club and international level, has been the subject of much speculation following his match-winning performance over Sunderland at the weekend, but Januzaj has stated that opting for one nation or the other is not top of his list of priorities at the moment.
Instead the 18-year-old has declared his desire to do well for United, and his intent to continue his rapid progression in the first-team.
"At the moment, international football isn’t something that I’ve thought a lot about," Januzaj said.
"I know that, first, I have to concentrate on what I do for United, because that is the most important part of my career right now."
Januzaj, who is now being widely tipped to have a brilliant future ahead of him, is eligible for a number of nations due to his wealth of ancestral heritage.
The likes of Belgium, Croatia, Serbia, Albania and England are all vying for Januzaj to represent their respective sides, but it seems as though any decision in the immediate future will be put on hold until his United career has settled properly.