Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed that he's not focussed on his long term future.
As reported by Sky Sports, the Belgian striker - who is currently on loan at Everton - has insisted that he's only concentrating on the up coming fixtures with the Toffees.
Lukaku has enjoyed a successful campaign at Goodison Park, having scored 13 league goals for Roberto Martinez's side so far.
And now a number of the elite clubs in the Premier League have been linked with his services in recent time.
The Chelsea ace has been rated at £25 million, so would not come cheap if Arsenal and Tottenham were to go head-to-head for him in the up coming market.
However, Lukaku has insisted that he's only concentrating on Everton, as he told the Liverpool Echo: "I'm trying not to look too far ahead for now.
"I'm still two years under contract at one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"This is a team that is growing and for me, I just want to help Everton instead of thinking about myself and the next step.
"There are so many things on the horizon - like big games against Man United and City, then the World Cup - so I have to give it a place in my head but not focus on it.
"For now, it's just helping Everton finish fourth and then we'll see."
It remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham make a move for the Blues ace this summer, but for now he will e hoping to end this campaign on a high.