Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy says he has not put any thought into his future plans after helping Huddersfield Town earn promotion to the Premier League.
The Terriers ended their 45-year absence from the top-flight with a penalty shootout victory over Reading in the Championship promotion play-off.
And with Mooy now set to return to his parent club Manchester City, speculation around his future is set to ramp up.
A number of Premier League and Championship clubs are reported to be interested in Mooy, but the former Melbourne City man says he is just trying to enjoy the moment.
“It’s hard to speak right now,” Mooy told Sky Sports following the match.
“The penalty shootout wasn’t nice but we hung in there and gave it everything.
“From the first day they treated me like I was an actual signing, I’m very grateful and glad to be part of it.
“I don’t know what my plans for next season are yet. I’m just trying to enjoy the night. I didn’t want to talk about it until the season was over.”
The 26-year-old appeared in 51 matches for Huddersfield this season, scoring four goals and producing nine assists.