Manchester United striker Fraizer Campbell has reiterated he has not made a decision on his future and will wait until the end of the European Under 21 Championship before considering his options.
Campbell is currently with the Under 21 squad in Sweden, but Hull City are waiting for the chance to speak to the youngster.
Hull, where the forward spent most of the 2007/08 season on loan, have had an offer accepted by United and hope to convince Campbell to return to the KC Stadium.
Newcastle United have also been linked with a bid for the 21-year-old, who endured a frustrating spell on loan at Tottenham Hotspur last term.
However, the impending departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez have prompted rumours that Campbell could be offered a lifeline at Old Trafford.
Campbell, though, is keen to put his club future on the backburner as he concentrates on England's quest to become European Under 21 champions.
"I just want to play football here at the minute and concentrate on England's tournament," said Campbell on Sky Sports News.
"All that stuff can be sorted out when I'm done here and have had my holiday.
"I've decided that I'm just going to concentrate on England's football."