Stoke City stopper Asmir Begovic said he has no time to think about his future as the Bosnian claimed he is now concentrating on improving his performance for both the club and country.
The 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Britannia Stadium with Premier League leaders Manchester United are reportedly preparing a summer move for the keeper while Liverpool and Arsenal are also interested in signing Begovic. The ex-Portsmouth man is flattered to be linked with a move to the top clubs in England.
"I must confess it is nice to hear these things. It is always nice to hear what others are saying, it means that you are doing a good job. But I have no time to think about this. My only concern is Stoke City as I want to be as good as I can be for my club, and for my national team. So quite simply, I really don't have any time to think about a move or anything else," Stoke stopper told Sky Sports.
With Begovic's latest remarks, the Bosnian has now made his future with Stoke more uncertain as he earlier admitted that he is expected to leave the club at the end of the season, especially after the arrival of England international Jack Butland on the final day of the January transfer window.
Ferguson: United Were Unlucky to Lose 2007 FA Cup Finals
Meanwhile, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed his side were unlucky to lose the FA Cup finals to Chelsea in 2007. Didier Drogba scored the late winner for The Blues in the dying moments of the extra time as they ended up winning the tournament. The Red Devils host the Champions League winners in the FA Cup sixth round tie this weekend.
"I felt we were very unlucky to lose the 2007 final. Didier Drogba scored in [almost] the last minute of extra time after we had a very strong penalty shout turned down. I think Ryan Giggs may have forced the ball over the line as well for a goal that wasn't given. That was tough to take, but that's football - you win some, you lose some," Ferguson told the club website.