Edinson Cavani only focuses on his next games despite his Barcelona links.
The 34-year old striker will enter the final six months of his contract in January and will be allowed to talk to foreign clubs and sign a pre-agreement in the January window.
The striker scored 17 goals last season but has found his time come harder this season due to injuries and the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo who seems to be the preferred first-choice forward.
Despite rumours linking him to Barcelona, Cavani says that he works on match-by-match basis.
“I think one of the most important things, maybe one of the really key things here, is to always approach games and prepare for them on a strictly match-by-match basis,” Cavani told manutd.com.
“That really is what my vision of football is all about, my view of how a season might pan out. Don’t make a lot of plans in your head about anything in the long-term. So, in December or whatever the date, we’ll be there or thereabouts.
“Focus on the next game, pick up vital points and then gradually keep adding to the points tally, so we can then get to the halfway point in the season, which comes at the end of December, and see what things are looking like then.
“Then, it’s all about keeping going in the same way, step by step, through until the end of the campaign. That’s, more or less, how I view the game of football and each competition we’re involved in.”