Barcelona's Dani Alves will wait until after the Champions League final on 6 June to announce his future plans.
The Brazilian full-back, 32, has been linked with a move to Paris St-Germain after reportedly failing to agree a new deal following seven seasons at Barca.
The La Liga champions could still win the Copa del Rey and the Champions League this season.
"From 7 June I'll announce my future. Now, the future is about playing in two finals," he said.
"My intention was not to speak, but I haven't been respected with a lot of silly things. It's gone too far.
"I don't want anybody to influence my decisions. My future only depends on me."
Alves's contract runs out at the end of the season and club president Josep Maria Bartomeu had previously stated he wanted the right-back to stay at the Nou Camp.
In addition to interest from Ligue 1 champions PSG, Alves has also been linked with Premier League clubs including Manchester United.