Brighton goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak says he is happy to wait on contract talks with the Championship club.
The 31-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season.
The Poland international was beaten at the near post in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Reading, but made a series of fine saves to ensure the Seagulls remain eighth in the table.
"I try to be focused, and honestly I am not thinking about that [contract] yet," he told BBC Sussex.
"I just try be good in every game, and help the team, help myself and concentrate on what is happening.
"The rest I leave to the club, to the manager and to my agent."
The ex-Manchester United keeper has made 75 starts for Brighton since moving to the Amex Stadium as a free agent in 2012.
Kuszczak has started 29 of the Seagulls' 33 league games this term, and said he is open to extending his stay beyond the summer.
"It's a great club - I'm having a great time, I've had a chance to play, the fans are fantastic and it would be nice to talk about the future," added Kuszczak.
"If the club decide to talk to me and give me another few years, I will discuss that.
"It hasn't happened yet, but obviously there are many games left and couple of months [of the season remaining]."