Fernando Torres has told Liverpool that he will not discuss his future at the club until after the World Cup.
Torres and Spain are preparing to face Germany in the World Cup semi-final tonight, the first semi final in Spain's history, and the striker admits that international duty is all that is currently on his mind.
Speaking to The Sun the Liverpool striker said: "I want to finish the World Cup and go on holiday as I haven't had one for three years, rest and then there will be time to talk about all of that.
"The situation isn't going to change whether we talk soon or later.
"Honestly, teams won't be able to do anything until the World Cup has finished. The players here prefer to wait - there is time."
"The club will explain the real situation to me of how things are at present and in the future - and I will also talk to the new coach."
Torres was unable to complete the season for Liverpool due to a knee injury, that led to surgery earlier this year. And while he had returned to action at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa he hasn't made much of an impact as he continues to struggle with his form.
Earlier this week the Spaniard came out in support of the appointment of Roy Hodgson as the new manager at Anfield . Manchester City, Chelsea and Barcelona are all said to be interested in the striker but Hodgson is keen to keep the striker at the club.
While there is interest in Torres there have been no bids for the player there ave been talks of possible bids of £70 million.