Australia midfielder James Troisi hopes financial troubles at his Turkish club do not interrupt the career momentum he has built over the past year.
The 23-year-old has become a regular in Australian squads under Holger Osieck, which he puts down to his strong form with Kayserispor.
But his Turkish club's current struggles to pay their players have created uncertainty about his future.
Troisi, who is contracted for another year, said for the time being he was just concentrating on playing well and hoping the pay issue was resolved.
"I'm not the only one, it's quite a few players at the moment, but they're trying to sort it out for us as soon as possible," said Troisi, who is in Melbourne for Wednesday night's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.
"It is a little bit disappointing, but that's how it is at the moment.
"As I say, I'll keep doing what I'm doing and hopefully it will get sorted out."
Troisi said the pay problems would certainly be a factor when he considered his next contract.
"I'm happy because I'm playing and scoring goals, so I try to forget about the other side of things and just keep focusing on doing what I'm doing," he said.
"But at the end of the day, I'll have to sit down and work out what's going to be best for me and my career."
While there had been speculation linking Troisi to the A-League, he said he had no intention of returning to Australia at this stage of his career.
He said there had been some interest shown by European clubs, but given he is contracted, he could not yet act on it.