Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea, wants to delay contract talks until the end of the season.
This week, United manager Jose Mourinho, called on the club to offer De Gea a bumper extension to his current deal.
The Spaniard’s current contract will expire in 2019, although it has an option to be increased for a further 12 months.
But with constant speculation linking him with a return to Spain, De Gea is not in a rush to continue negotiations.
“I don’t think it’s the time to start talking about the future, it’s not the time to be talking contracts.
“We have lots of games between now and the end of the season and the first thing we need to think about is Burnley this weekend.
“It’s all about getting your head down, focusing, working hard, competing in training, keeping fit and picking up points.
“Just being part of this club is special in itself. Being a player and a part of this club is special, so when you get to wear the shirt, you go to away games, that’s something you are always proud of and is very special.
“Being part of such a great club like Manchester United fills you with emotion and you gradually realise how much the club means to the fans and the people who work here. They really live for the game, so that does become part of you and you can only appreciate that having spent time here,” De Gea told Sky Sports.