Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel insists he will not make a decision on his future with the Premier League outfit until after Euro 2016.
Skrtel, 31, is in France as part of the Slovakia squad competing in Group B alongside England, Wales and Russia.
The centre-half is the second longest serving player in Liverpool's squad after joining the club in January 2008.
However, all signs are pointing to an Anfield exit in the off-season, with Fenerbahce and Roma reportedly two of the clubs interested in the Slovakian.
Skrtel said there was "nothing decided" on his future via a post on his official Instagram, before dodging questions in a news conference on Sunday.
"I'm fully focused on the national team and the game [against England on Monday]," he said.
"Questions about my future, ask me after the Euros."
Getting ready for the big one at monday ???????????????????????????? there was lot of rumours going arround about my future,so just to let you know,there is nothing decided yet!im fully focused on Slovakia national team and the euros!all other stuff will have a look at after the euros!will keep you guys informed!#slovakia #futbalovarodina #footballfamily#euro2016