Napoli forward Edinson Cavani concedes he does not know where his future lies despite scoring 29 goals for the Serie A side this season.
The Uruguayan forward has been among the star performers in Italy this season, helping the club into fifth in Serie A, while the Azzurri also reached the knock-out stage of the Champions League before crashing out at the hands of Chelsea
And it's The Blues, who Cavani scored against in the last-16, who will be alerted by the 25-year-old's latest revelation, where he states his club will decide his future.
"I don't know - the club will deal with this sort of thing," Cavani told Sky Sport Italia. "I am focused only on playing my football and winning every game.
"The club will think about the rest and they know what to do. For as long as I am at Napoli, I will continue to give my all for this team."
Cavani has netted 63 goals in 80 starts for Napoli since joining the club from Palermo in 2010, and scored five times in this season's Champions League, including twice against Manchester City.
Chelsea have been heavily linked with a move for Cavani, and were reportedly in discussions to sign the marksman in March of this year.
With Nicolas Anelka having departed the club for Shanghai Shenhua in January, and Didier Drogba, whose contract runs out at the end of the season, likely to join him, Chelsea will be eager to bolster their attacking ranks ahead of the new season.
Fellow-countryman Salomon Kalou is also out of contract at the end of the season, while Fernando Torres' goalscoring problems are continuing to hamper his career in west London.
However, without a permanent replacement for Andre Villas-Boas following the Portuguese manager's sacking in March, Chelsea's transfer plans are likely to be put on the back burner.
Roberto Di Matteo has lost just one of his 14 games in charge of Chelsea, with the Stamford Bridge club having reached the FA Cup final in May and kept in touch for the fourth Champions League spot behind Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur.
However, the club's exploits in the Champions League, which has seen them overcome Napoli and Benfica, as well as beat Barcelona in the first-leg of the Champions League semi-final, has been the highlight of Di Matteo's tenure.
The Italian was reportedly interviewed for the position as manager last week, and could be considered ahead of the likes of Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho and French boss Laurent Blanc should his initial success be sustained for the remainder of the campaign.