Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc says it is still not the right time to say if Zlatan Ibrahimovic will remain with the French champions next season.
Ibrahimovic, 34, is out of contract in June and PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi has promised to discuss the future of the club's record goal scorer this month.
Speaking ahead of the Ligue 1 leaders' meeting with Lorient on Wednesday, Blanc said PSG would carefully consider what approach they should take with the Swedish striker.
Blanc is in the middle of negotiating his own contract extension at the club.
The former France boss appears to want to settle his own future before focusing on Ibrahimovic, who has already scored 23 goals in all competitions this season.
Asked whether Ibrahimovic should be offered the chance to stay in Paris for a fifth season, he replied: "Will there be the same coach, first of all? So you see there are a few questions.
"So let a little bit of time pass and when it's time there will be a reflection. I think, and I'm even certain of it, that I'll take part in this discussion.
"There are other cases -- there's not just that one. There will be others to be dealt with.
"It's like we did last year and we do every year, and we'll look into the summer transfer window which is a lot more interesting than the winter transfer window."
When asked about the discussions concerning his own contract, Blanc indicated that the matter should be resolved within "days."