Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Rosicky has vowed to forget the uncertainty surrounding his club career until after Euro 2004.
Rosicky has been linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund after a disappointing season with the Westfalen club, and the player himself has hinted that he would like to pursue a new challenge elsewhere.
"I have a good relationship with the people in Dortmund but they have to understand that I can not be satisfied now," he said.
"I need a new impulse and a new motivation in my career. This was the worst club season of mine. I suffered from injuries and we also did not qualify for the Champions League."
His Dortmund future is to go on the back burner, however, as he concentrates on helping the Czech Republic's bid for Euro 2004 glory.
"We have a very good team with excellent spirit and we will get better and better," he added.
"I know nothing about my next career move right now. I want to enjoy a successful tournament with our national team in Portugal first and everything else will be known in the future."