Andrew Surman says he'll do all he can to win a new deal at Bournemouth.
The midfielder, 33, sees his current deal at Vitality Stadium expire in the summer.
He told the Daily Echo: “Obviously I'm aware that I'm out of contract in the summer but you've got to produce performances and that's all I'm concentrating on really.
“If I do, the contract will come or who knows what will happen in the future. But all I'm focused on really is trying to play as well as I can for Bournemouth.
“I think the contract thing is something that's not really been on my mind.
“Obviously I've just wanted to make sure I'm getting in the team, getting in the squad, contributing in some way and what will happen, will happen.
“I can't really worry too much about that, it's probably out of my hands a little bit. So I've just got to carry on going and work hard."