Romelu Lukaku says it's up to Manchester United to decide on where his future lies this summer after he continued his impressive run of scoring form for Belgium.
The 26-year-old scored another two goals for Belgium against Scotland in Euro 2020 qualifying to take his international tally to 48 as his country's record goalscorer.
In contrast, Lukaku looked out-of-sorts all season at Old Trafford as he scored 12 league goals but was not a certain starter under new coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Lukaku has been continually linked with a move to Serie A sides Juventus and Inter Milan, and he was giving nothing away after Belgium's win by claiming his future was all down to United to decide.
"It's up to the club," Lukaku said about his future.
"The club have to come out with statements. I'm not here to entertain any rumours.
"I just play my football and we'll take it from there."
The £75m signing from Everton still has three years on his Manchester United contract but has recently revealed his dream is to play in Italy one day.
Solskjaer presumably holds the key to Lukaku's future but much will depend on if he needs to bring in his own transfer funds and who else he sees leaving Old Trafford in what looks like being a busy summer of transfer activity.