Dikgacoi is out of contract at the end of the season, but after revealing that he has held "brief discussions" with the club, he has insisted that his future won't be sorted until after the final game of the campaign.
The 29-year-old is quoted by ClubCall.com as saying: "For now, we haven't really discussed anything although I know that the club wants to hold on to me. However, I'd like to fully focus on the two remaining games of the season without any distractions.
"A couple of weeks ago, there was a brief discussion about next season's plans but I'm sure that the club is still waiting to hear from the coach about who he keeps and lets go.
"I'd love to stay and take my game to the next level next season, instead of starting with new friends in a new environment. I also don't have any reason to leave Palace as everyone, from the supporters, technical team, management, teammates and everyone associated with the club, have been great to me."
Dikgacoi has made 25 appearances for Palace this season.