Borja Mayoral expects to receive clarity over his Real Madrid future after this season but accepts matters are not solely in his hands.
The striker has been on loan at Levante since August 2018, scoring eight goals in 54 La Liga appearances in that time.
Mayoral, who was previously with Wolfsburg for the 2016-17 campaign, is approaching the final year of his contract with boyhood club Madrid.
While he is staying calm over his future, particularly with football seasons mostly on hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic, the 22-year-old hopes to have more concrete ideas about where he will be playing in the coming months.
"I try to focus on the present," he told AS . "There are still matches [to play this season] and hopefully the competition will resume. Now, I think about finishing La Liga in the best possible way. Then there will be time to think about what follows.
"Ultimately, I'm calm because I have one year left with Real Madrid. I've had two years at Levante and it's true that this summer I think a different decision will be made regarding me.
"But, as I say, I'm facing it in the best possible way, with all the excitement. What will come will come. I'm really happy, and calm above all, which is what is important.
"I've not been contacted personally [by Madrid]. My agent handles that more, but I don't think they've been contacted.
"I also think that everything will return to normal when this happens, and there will be more conversations about my future.
"I'm young, I know I have a lot of potential to give yet. In the end, if a player is expensive, it's because he's good and because he's loved.
"In the end, as I've told you before, it doesn't just depend on me, it also depends on Real Madrid and what they want to do with me."
Mayoral, who still has friends and family in Madrid, revealed it had been a challenging time during Spain's nationwide lockdown aimed at curbing the coronavirus spread.
"I have a lot of friends there and my whole family are from there," he said. "I'm constantly in contact with them to ask how they are, with my grandparents, too, who we know are risk factors. I try to speak with them almost every day."
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