Japanese superstar Kenta has remained coy on rumours linking him with a switch to the WWE.
As reported by wrestlinginc.com, the superstar - who is just 33-years-old - has insisted that he will announce his future plans at a later date.
Kenta has enjoyed great success in the ring in recent time and has become a major hit in Japanese wrestling, having only recently been the Heavyweight Champion.
Speaking to Tokyo Sports, Kenta said: "Right now, There is nothing that I can say at this time. I will announce my plans when the time is right for me to announce them."
It remains to be seen as to when the WWE will publicly announce the superstar's arrival in the industry, but wrestling fans will be excited to see his debut.
Kenta has already had previous meetings with current WWE champion - and fans' favourite - Daniel Bryan.
The duo met in tag-team competition - along with the likes of Takeshi Morishima and Nigel McGuinness - as recently as May 2007.
Kenta will now be hoping to emulate the likes of ex-Japanese superstars Tajiri in the WWE over the coming years.