Swansea City midfielder Ki Sung-yueng has hinted he may extend his six-year stint at the club.
And the 29-year-old has revealed it could a "big possibility" that he signs a new deal to remain at the Liberty Stadium.
"I had a conversation with Carlos in January because I wasn't sure about my future with only six months left on my contract," said Ki.
"We had a good chat and, because I am a professional, I promised him I would work hard to the end of the season.
"I don't want to focus on any other teams. I want to make sure Swansea stay in the Premier League – that's all I want to do.
"I can think about my future after the final game of the season. I can't decide now because now it is time to work for the team.
"I have to help Swansea stay in the league – it is always the team before me. I am an honest guy. I don't lie to anyone, the manager or my team mates.
"I gave him my promise that I would keep on working for him.
"I can't predict my future. I am not sure if any teams will come in for me. After the season I have to think about that.
"I have been here for six years and I want to be respectful to Swansea. I have good memories with the fans, my team-mates and the club.
"I can't say 100% what my decision will be, but I will be here until the summer and then I will have to talk to the club and see what happens.
"There is a big possibility I could sign a new contract here, that's why I can't say what I am going to do after the season ends."