Wales centre Scott Williams is yet to open contract talks with the Scarlets over staying with the region.
The 23-year-old started in all of Wales' November Tests with Jamie Roberts out injured at inside centre.
Given that Williams is yet to be offered a new deal, interest in the rising star is sure to grow in both England and France.
George North left the Scarlets at the end of last season to join Northampton Saints, with Jonathan Davies on his way out to join Clermont at the end of the current campaign - an exodus the Welsh region could do without Williams joining.
"I'm out of contract next year. I haven't spoken to anyone over it (future plans) yet," Williams told WalesOnline.
"My focus over the past few weeks has been with Wales. I'll go in (at the Scarlets) and see what happens."
Reflecting on his performances during the November Tests, Williams was pleased with his effort levels and is already looking ahead to Wales defending their Six Nations title next year.
"Overall, I was quite pleased. I feel I gave 100 per cent in everything I did. That's all I could ask of myself, really," added Williams.
"We have to look forward now to the Six Nations. Our goal is to win the championship again. No other country has won three on the bounce.