Southampton's on-loan defender Toby Alderweireld has admitted that he has no idea regarding his future destination following his loan spell at St Mary's.
The Belgian international joined the south coast club from La Liga champions Atletico Madrid in the summer for a season long loan, but does not know if he will return to Spain at the end of the current campaign.
Alderweireld has been impressive since his arrival in England and his performances have attracted interest from other clubs in the Premier League.
Southampton are keen to retain his services beyond the current campaign and manager Ronald Koeman has made it clear that he wants the player to stay with the team.
"We would like him to stay with us, we hope to have an answer in one, two months," Koeman said, as quoted by Tutto Mercato Web.
Apart from the Saints, a Mirror report claimed that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is an admirer and is considering a move for the defender in the summer.
However, the player has admitted that he has no idea where he will be playing next season and also confirmed that there were no concrete offers from any interested club.
He is not sure if Atletico will recall him as he still has two years of his contract left with the Spanish champions or if Southampton will make an offer and buy him on a permanent basis.
"In any case, that they speak well of one does not hurt anyone. If they speak well of me that signifies that I am having a good season," Alderweireld said, as quoted by Sky Sports.
"I am not going to hide it – it is nice to read this kind of stuff. I feel good in the Premier League, but I have no idea about any concrete interest."
"Atletico can make me return because I still have two more years on my contract, Southampton can buy me, another club can make an offer..."
"It seems, at least, that it is going to be another hectic summer for me," the 26-year-old defender added.