Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa is keeping his "options" open amid talks with FC Barcelona.
The 28-year-old has yet to concede a goal in El Tri's first two games in the World Cup, playing an inspirational game against Brazil last Tuesday with nerve-wracking saves to secure his side a nil-nil draw.
He is, currently, a free-agent after serving as Ajaccio's number-one for three terms.
"I am not worried about what is being said about where I could continue my career, my agent takes care of those things,"he told Mediotiempo.
"I am staying calm, as there are options and there is a lot of time for analysing which is the best."
"It's true that having a match like I had against Brazil is a good advertisement for a goalkeeper."
Meanwhile, his agent, Jorge Berlanga, confirmed that numerous clubs are lining-up to snatch the former America man on a free-transfer.
"I have spoken with Barcelona, yes, in the same way that I have done with 20 other teams," said Berlanga.
"I spoke about the possibility of Memo, I offered him to Barcelona, that is true."