Schalke striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar has revealed that he is not prepared to discuss a possible contract extension until after the European Championships this summer.
There is more than a year left on the contract of the Holland international but his impressive form this season has led to him being linked with a move to some of Europe's top clubs.
The 28-year-old has already represented some of the biggest clubs in Europe, with stints at Real Madrid, Ajax and AC Milan already under his belt.
However, it is at Schalke that he has well and truly rediscovered the form that saw him become one of the most exciting talents in Holland. The German side are desperate to keep him at the club and want to offer him a two-year extension.
Despite Schalke wanting to tie the striker down, he has made it clear that he wants to concentrate on his football until the summer.
"There will be time to gather my thoughts after the season," Huntelaar told Bild, as reported in the Daily Mirror. "Before then, I want to focus on scoring goals and not let myself be distracted at the European Championships."
United could be in the market for a new striker after Sir Alex Ferguson revealed that Dimitar Berbatov is likely to leave at the end of the season when his contract expires.