Real Betis midfielder Dani Ceballos has insisted that he is in no rush to make a decision over his future after being linked to Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The Spain Under-21s international is due to head off on holiday in the coming days after playing a part in his nation's run to the U21 Euro 2017 final in Poland.
Ceballos had to fend off numerous questions during the tournament, having been touted as a possible target for Spanish big boys Madrid and Barca, with a £10.5m release clause written into his contract.
Following Spain's 1-0 loss to Germany in the Euros final on Friday, Ceballos attempted to play it cool when asked about his next career step.
"I'm screwed up and I do not think about the future now," he told reporters. "I want to disconnect, spend my holiday with the family and, after a couple of weeks, I'll start to see proposals and think about my future."
Ceballos was named as the Player of the Tournament at the Euros after featuring in four of Spain's five matches.