Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel insists he will not make a decision on his future with the Premier League outfit until after Euro 2016.
Skrtel, 31, is in France as part of the Slovakia squad competing in Group B alongside England, Wales and Russia.
The centre-half is the second longest serving player in Liverpool’s squad after joining the club in January 2008.
However, all signs are pointing to an Anfield exit in the off-season, with Fenerbahce and Roma reportedly two of the clubs interested in the Slovakian.
Skrtel said there was “nothing decided” on his future via a post on his official Instagram, before dodging questions in a news conference on Sunday.
“I’m fully focused on the national team and the game [against England on Monday],” he said.
“Questions about my future, ask me after the Euros.”