West Ham striker Carlos Tevez will not make a decision over his future until after the Copa America.
Tevez scored in Argentina's opening Copa America match
Tevez, 23, has been linked with several clubs after keeping West Ham in the Premier League, but is playing for Argentina in the Copa in Venezuela.
His representative Kia Joorabchian said: "Carlos is playing in the Copa and that is where his prime focus is.
"We intend talking more seriously about his future when the Copa is over. At the moment there is no development."
The Copa America final is on 14 July.
On Thursday, Tevez ruled out a move to Italian champions Inter Milan after they imposed a deadline for him to make a decision.
But Joorabchian said Tevez was keen to stay in the Premier League and several clubs have been linked with a move for him.
Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool are all rumoured to be interested, while West Ham are keen to keep him at Upton Park.
Tevez was inspirational in the Hammers' run-in at the end of the season, scoring the winner on the final day as they won 1-0 at Man Utd to stay up.
Tevez said in May that he was keen to move away from Upton Park saying: "I want to join one of Europe's big clubs, that's what I've talked to my agents about."