The Poland striker has previously rejected new offers of a new deal but he insists has not ruled out staying with the German champions despite reported interest from elsewhereBorussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski has refused to rule out signing a new deal with Jurgen Klopp's side despite reports linking him with a number of other clubs.
The Poland international is under contract with the German champions until 2014, but with Lewandowski having already rejected an offer from Dortmund, there is mounting speculation that he wants a better contract with German outlet Bild suggesting he is holding out for a new €5 million (£4m) deal.
Despite still looking likely to leave, the 24-year-old explained to Bild that he is still looking to come to an arrangement at the Westfalenstadion.
"I will just focus on the BVB. My contract runs for two years," he explained.
"We will see what happens by then. I'm in no hurry. My agent and I are more in talks with Borussia."
The striker, who scored the winner in Dortmund's 1-0 win over Ajax in the Champions League, is apparently holding out for a deal which would put him on a par with team-mates Marco Reus and Mario Gotze, but has only been reportedly offered a €3.3million wage rise from his current salary of €1.5million.
Lewandowski has been linked with a number of clubs from around Europe and he revealed he is happy to be talked about in relation to such prestigious clubs.
He added: "Of course it's nice that I am in focus internationally."