The Schalke teenager shone again with his latest goalscoring performance in Europe and admits that his coach may have have a headache in dealing with bids from interested parties
The 19-year-old midfielder was linked with a move to Borussia Dortmund over the summer but ended speculation regarding his future by signing a contract until 2018.
However, after scoring a stunning goal in Schalke's Champions League victory, the Gelsenkirchen club may have to contend with another wave of interest from across the continent in the January transfer window.
"The Champions League is a highlight for everyone and I'm happy that I've been able to perform well in the competition so far," Draxler told Bild.
"I try to give everything for Schalke ... with everything else [the transfer speculation] the manager must be having trouble."
Schalke general manager Horst Heldt was quizzed on the future of the club's star man but insisted that there would be no battle to retain his services over the winter months.
He said: "I am glad that we have a player with such class - in the winter there is no theatre!"