Porto striker Hulk, who continues to be linked with a move to Chelsea, has again hinted at a summer move, but insists no talks have taken place.
Chelsea continue to be linked with the Brazil international as they look to continue their summer spending and agent Teodoro Fonseca has already confirmed he is aware of the Blues' interest.
Fonseca recently stated Paris Saint-Germain are also keen on signing his client, and reports in Portugal last week claimed Porto would prefer to sell to the cash-rich French giants.
Hulk has a massive €100million buy-out clause in his contract at the Estadio do Dragao and it is believed Porto are unwilling to let him leave for less than €40m.
But as the speculation about his future continues, the 25-year-old insists his immediate focus is representing his country at London 2012.
"I have four more years on my contract with Porto, and I'm focusing on the national team [ahead of the 2012 Olympic Games]," he told Lancenet.
"I haven't talked to anyone. As everyone knows, I don't follow negotiations closely as that will make me lose my focus. I let my agent deal with that stuff."
Porto also insist they are yet to receive an official approach for the forward.
"What is certain and can't be denied is that so far there have been no offers for Hulk," president Pinto da Costa told RTP.
"There have been talks regarding other players, but not those mentioned in the papers."