Blackburn Rovers full-back Marcus Olsson has not discussed a new deal, with his contract expiring next summer.
The 27-year-old Sweden international moved to Ewood Park in 2012, joining twin brother Martin at the club, and agreed a new contract in January.
Asked if he had discussed an extension, Olsson told BBC Radio Lancashire: "I haven't done it yet.
"I was hoping there was going to be some discussions in the summer but there hasn't been anything at all."
He added: "I'll just keep on playing, not think about it much and just see what happens."
Olsson, who can play anywhere on the left side, has been linked with a move to fellow Championship side Derby.
"I've no comments to that rumour," he added. "Right now I'm a Blackburn player and I'm very happy at the club.
"They've given me the chance to play Premier League football and the chance to play regularly in the Championship.
"It depends what the club says and what they say I have to listen to while I'm under contract."