Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has rebuffed speculation regarding his future at Old Trafford ahead of the Champions League last 16 second leg against Olympiakos.
The 32 year old is out of contract at the end of the current season and is yet to agree an extension to remain with the Premier League champions.
Captain Nemanja Vidic has agreed to join Inter Milan at the end of the campaign and reports have linked Evra with joining the Serbian centre back at the San Siro. Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs are also out of contract with United and neither are expected to be handed extensions.
But on the eve of the European meeting with Olympiakos, in which United are tasked with becoming just the sixth side to overturn a first leg deficit of two or more goals, Evra has shunned talk regarding his future and instead wishes to concentrate on the visit of the newly-crowned Greek champions.
"It's not a good day to talk about my future," said Evra. "The most important thing is the Manchester United future, not mine.
"I will give everything when I pull on the shirt. I want to show to my staff and team-mates that they can count on me. I want to be a good player and make sure Manchester United qualify. That's my only concern."
In February, manager David Moyes said the future of Evra and Ferdinand was still undecided though Giggs would be expected move permanently into United's backroom team after taking on a part-time role in the summer.
Though Evra's future is still to be revealed United's public pursuit of Everton's full-back Leighton Baines suggests Moyes is unsatisfied with the options currently available. Ferdinand meanwhile has started just once since December amid another injury-ravaged term.
Having lost seven of their 14 games in all competitions in 2014, the latest loss coming virtue of a 3-0 defeat to rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford, Moyes' position as United manager has come under increased scrutiny and his future could hinge on bypassing Olympiakos on Wednesday evening.
Having exited both domestic cup competitions and produced a lacklustre defence of their league title United are in desperate need of injecting some much-needed respectively into their season.
And after a series of poor displays Evra has promised United fans a committed performance irrespective of the result.
"When you win, you win together and when you lose, you lose together," Evra added. "It's been a difficult season for everyone. We're not used to losing games. We always win. Everybody wants to fight for this club, everyone loves this club.
"We know we had a bad game in the first leg. Even a three-year-old Manchester United fan will have been hurting from that performance. But in life you always have a second chance and we get that tomorrow tonight.
"I'm not God and telling you we will qualify tomorrow but I can promise you we will all fight and respect the shirt and make sure all the fans will be really proud of us after the game.
"I'm not selling a dream and saying we will definitely qualify. There are too many words right now. We just have to show on the pitch. That is most important."