Kyle Walker is offering "no indication at all" on where his club future lies, although the Tottenham right-back insists ongoing transfer speculation will not distract him on England duty.
After eight years with the north Londoners, the 27-year-old former Sheffield United full-back - named in this season's PFA Team of the Year - could soon be leaving for pastures new.
Manchester City have been strongly linked with a summer move for Walker, who reportedly wants to leave Spurs after falling out with manager Mauricio Pochettino over game-time and fitness.
The Blades will receive 10% of any fee as part of a sell-on clause written into the deal which saw Walker move to White Hart Lane from Bramall Lane in 2009. A figure of £40million has been widely reported.
Manchester United, Chelsea and even Barcelona are also said to be interested in a player whose full focus now is on international matters, having linked up with England ahead of Saturday's crunch World Cup qualifier in Scotland.
"Not at all," Walker said when asked if the speculation was a distraction. "I mean, you know coming away from club football kind of gives you a little bit of head space.
"I am an England player now and I am fully focused on a massive game on Saturday. We need to go and get the three points."
Asked whether he could give an indication on where he would be next season, the right-back told Sky Sports with a laugh: "No, no indication at all."
Pochettino preferred Kieran Trippier for some big matches towards the end of the season, including the north London derby against Arsenal and FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.
Impressive displays on such occasions have led to a first senior England call-up for Trippier, meaning he now stands in Walker's way at international level as well.
"I think it has pushed us both on as players, most definitely," Walker said of the competition at club level with Trippier.
"We get the best out of each other and, even if Tripps plays or I play, we've said privately to each other that we will each other on.
"I don't ever say a bad word or wish bad on him because it's more about the team rather than individual performances.
"We're putting on our England shirt now and whoever gets the nod I am sure the other one will be fully behind it.
"I've known Tripps since under-19s. We had a tournament with England in Ukraine. I played centre-half and he played right-back, I do believe. You know, it was a friendly rivalry and we got on.
"We get along well, we're two northern boys down south so we bounce off each other like that and we get along really well."
The experience that comes with 25 international caps may mean Walker gets the nod for what is sure to be a heated World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park this weekend.
The Spurs right-back played a part in November's 3-0 triumph at Wembley, so too the 3-2 friendly win in 2013, and hopes to be on the winning side against Scotland once more this weekend.
"If you don't like these games then you might as well not be in football," Walker added.
"You know, it's a local derby. I've played in two before and the atmosphere at Wembley was terrific.
"I think it's going to be just as good up there and we need to go and silence the crowd and hopefully get the three points.
"I think it's going to be right up there, but it's something that we need to adapt to.
"We need to take control of (it) and play our game and trust in the players that we've got and, like I said before, try and silence the crowd."