Borussia Dortmund ace Marco Reus has refused to discuss reports suggesting he's about to sign a new deal with the German outfit.
As reported by talkSPORT, the midfielder has insisted that he feels good at Dortmund, but hasn't gone on record to commit his future with the club.
The German international - who is set to play a key role at his summer's World Cup - has attracted interest from some of the Premier League's elite clubs in recent time, with Manchester United reportedly interested in his services.
If appears that Manchester United want to bring the midfielder to Old Trafford as they look to rebuild after a disastrous season which has seen them miss out on Champions League qualification.
For now though, it's uncertain as whether Reus will be temped by a move to Manchester United, but his future still appears to be in the balance as his £28 million buyout clause still remains.
Speaking to Bild, the Dortmund man said: "I'm not saying anything about my contract.
"But I do have the time to emphasise how good I feel at Dortmund."
It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United will step up their interest in the talented 24-year-old, however the club's immediate focus will turn to appointing a new manager.
After dismissing David Moyes from his role last week, United could are yet to announce a permanent successor.