Real Madrid forward Luka Jovic said anything is possible as he weighs up his future during his loan spell at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Jovic re-joined Eintracht on loan until the end of the season, having endured a difficult period at LaLiga champions Madrid.
The 23-year-old Serbia international only scored twice in 32 appearances under Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane in the Spanish capital, where he arrived from Eintracht for €60million in 2019.
Jovic has impressed in his second spell with Eintracht, scoring three goals in eight Bundesliga appearances this term.
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Amid speculation Eintracht could sell star Andre Silva to help fund a permanent deal for Jovic, the loanee told Bild: “I will think about my future when the season is over.
“Right now, I only think about Eintracht and I work hard to play in the next matches as best as I can.
“Anything is simply possible, because you never know what will happen in professional football.
“Coming back [on loan] was the right decision because a lot of things fit for me here.
“But, most important is the success of the team. If the team is doing well then that’s positive for me.
“Each win for the team is a step forward for me. Of course, I want to play my part and help the team.”