Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has insisted that he is not distracted by talks over his future as his time at the club winds down.
The Chilean is only going to be at the club until the end of the season but he says he remains focused on the club's performances and hopes to get a victory over Norwich City in their Saturday game at Carrow Road.
"I am thinking about Norwich. When I finish in May, I will think about the future," says Pellegrini.
"In this profession you never know where you will be next year. Maybe for you, that is not good. For me, it is not a problem."
After Saturday's game at Norwich, they play the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie against Dynamo Kiev before the Manchester derby against United at Etihad Stadium on Sunday, March 20.
"It is a very important week. If we win the two league games, the pressure will be on the other teams.
"Reaching the Champions League quarter-final for the first time would be an important achievement. I hope we will do it."
Pellegrini however did not deliver a positive team news on Yaya Toure before his side's game at Norwich on Saturday.
"Yaya Toure has a problem in his heel – he is out tomorrow (Saturday). We don't know about Kiev on Tuesday,"says the Chilean.
But there is good news for City fans as Kevin de Bruyne, Samir Nasri and Fabian Delph could be fit to play after the international break.
"They will be fresh but it is important for them to have minutes because they are not 100%."