Ryan Fraser claims to not “know what is happening” when it comes to his future, with the Bournemouth wideman continuing to be linked with a move to Arsenal.
The 25-year-old is approaching the final year of his contract with the Cherries.
No extension has been agreed as yet, meaning that all concerned have a big decision to make this summer.
Bournemouth may need to cash in while they can still ask for a sizeable fee, while Fraser must mull over where he wants to play his football in 2019-20.
"I don't know myself so there's no point thinking about it, wherever I'll be, I'll be. I don't know what is happening. I'm not just saying that."
Fraser recorded eight goals and 15 assists across the 2018-19 campaign to register on the radar of Arsenal and other Premier League clubs.
Fraser added: "Wherever I'll be, if it's Bournemouth or if it's at somebody else, then all you can do is try your best and enjoy football.
"If you think about anything else, I'll probably have a bad game."
As things stand, Fraser is trying to keep his focus locked on international commitments.
He helped Scotland to an important 2-1 win over Cyprus on Saturday, in what was his first outing since Bournemouth’s season came to a close on May 12, and is now preparing for a meeting with Belgium on Tuesday.
"On Monday when we trained, I was a shambles, I was so bad," said Fraser.
"The lads were probably thinking, 'I don't think this is Ryan Fraser'.
"I'm glad I played well against Cyprus. If I didn't have that four weeks, I could've scored a couple. I would have probably scored my chances that I had. On Tuesday, I'll be better."