However, England playmaker Jack Wilshere has revealed he is only focused on the Cherries Premier League survival for now and every other talks can wait.
“I don’t really want to talk about that at the moment,” Wilshere, who has only 12 months remaining on his Emirates Stadium contract said.
“I’ve come here and I just want to get as many games as possible.
“I’m a Bournemouth player now in my head. I want to help Bournemouth get as high up the league and possible and also for myself I want to play 25 or 30 games this year. So I’m not really thinking about contracts or anything.
“I’m taking each game as it comes and working hard at training and in the gym to give myself the best opportunity I can at the weekend.”
Wilshere played 28 minutes in Bournemouth’s 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, coming on to replace Callum Wilson who netted the winner 18 minutes later.
The game was Wilshere’s debut for Eddie Howe’s side since signing on loan in the summer from north London club Arsenal.