Miami Heat superstar LeBron James has revealed he is not concerned about the prospect of becoming a free agent in the summer.
The 29-year-old has the option of opting out of his final year at the Miami Heat at the end of the season as he will have just one year left on his deal.
King James made the headlines in 2010 when he became a free agent as several teams were chasing his signature.
The forward announced who he would be joining live on ESPN - in a show which was titled 'The Decision'.
James eventually opted to join the Miami Heat over the likes of the Los Angeles Lakers, the Chicago Bulls and the New York Knicks.
The three aforementioned franchises would surely front a queue of several sides ready to make the former Cleveland Cavaliers man a deal should James become a free agent once again.
However James has said he is not worrying about free agency at the moment as he is focused on helping his side win the Southeast division and NBA Championship.
"I have already addressed it and that’s it," said James. "I have a lot of things I’m more concerned with than free agency – and that’s this season."