James Milner admits he does not know if he will still be at Aston Villa next season.
For the moment Milner insists he is focused 100% on helping England achieve glory in South Africa.
But the midfielder is in demand after an outstanding season, with Manchester City tabling a £20million bid on Wednesday for the 24-year-old which was instantly rejected by Villa.
Milner has two years remaining on his current deal at Villa Park which he signed when he made a club record £12million switch from Newcastle in the summer of 2008.
Milner said: “Do I expect to be at Villa next season? I don’t know. I’ve worked as hard as I can and concentrated on club football while the season has been on.
“Now it has finished, I’m focusing on England – and that’s the only thing I am focusing on.
“The speculation about my own future is not distracting. There are always going to be rumours about every player in every club when the transfer window opens.
“To be linked with any clubs is flattering but I’m just concentrating on England at this time.
“The season finished at Villa a week and a bit ago and we all said we would discuss it (my future) after the World Cup.
“I’ve enjoyed my time at Aston Villa, it’s a good club, we’ve had a lot of success this season, came close in two competitions, and we are moving forward.”
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