Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira says he has not talked to other clubs amid growing uncertainty over his future at the Bernabeu.
Khedira, 27, started only his second match of the season for Real Madrid following a succession of injuries since lifting the World Cup with Germany this summer. However he ended the day in hospital after suffering concussion in a clash of heads during Los Blancos' 5-0 Copa del Rey win over Cornella.
Khedira is under contract at Real Madrid until 2015 and, earlier this year, contract talks between the two sides broke down with Arsenal, Manchester United and Bayern Munich linked with moves for the midfielder.
Although denied by the German club, reports in the Spanish media have claimed that he has already agreed to join Bayern Munich on a free transfer next summer, but Khedira said that he could imagine staying at the Bernabeu and has so far not discussed his future with potential new employers.
"Generally, I am not against signing a new contract with Real Madrid after this season. There have been no conversations with other clubs," he said. "I focus on my daily work with Real. At the end of the month we'll play an important tournament in Morocco where we have the chance to win the FIFA Club World Cup and that's the only thing that counts for me right now."
In recovering from his concussion, the Germany international needed to postpone a press conference in his home Stuttgart, and claimed he would be only be out for less than two weeks.
"I will be sidelined for seven to 10 days and will stay in Stuttgart until Friday, just to see my family again," he told Stuttgarter Nachrichten.