Barcelona midfielder Rafinha has insisted that his only focus right now if getting back fit again, and he will sort out his future once he is there.
The Brazilian suffered damage to the meniscus in his right knee after just 17 minutes in a league match against Granada in early April.
There has been speculation recently that he could leave the Nou Camp this summer in the hope of finding regular first football - he started 18 games last term, scoring seven and assisting five.
Speaking to Marca, Rafinha himself did little to suggest that he would be staying at Barca beyond the summer, and said: "My future is open and only God knows what will happen.
"I am a Barcelona player and the most important thing now is to recover from my knee injury and then you will see what happens. All I can say is that everything is open."
The 24-year-old has been with the Blaugrana since 2011 after being promoted from the club's B team, but has arguably failed to make the impact he was expected to.
He was farmed out on loan to Celta Vigo in 2013, but could now be about to leave the club for good especially if the club sign one of Saul Niguez or Marco Verratti this summer - new boss Ernesto Valverde is keen to secure a marquee signing in his first window.