Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Nabil Bentaleb appears to be losing his patience over the club's decision not to offer a new contract.
Linked with Arsenal, Paris St-Germain and Juventus, the 20-year-old believes he should be rewarded with an improved contract after an excellent season at the club.
And he might decide to leave if Spurs don't offer an improved package for next season.
"I play every game like it is my last game," Bentaleb is quoted as saying by The Telegraph.
"I give everything on the pitch. I've been working really hard and it's normal for me to want to get rewarded.
"We've been negotiating for nearly nine months now, since September, and it's getting really long and, of course, I'm getting a little bit tired of it.
"But I still work hard.
"It doesn't change how hard I work. I will still be the same person. But sometimes it is annoying when you don't feel treated as you should be.
"This season was a really good season for me and I've had some interest from big clubs, from Champions League clubs. I'm really flattered."