Inter striker Edin Dzeko doesn’t feel that the question of whether or not his contract is extended is the priority right now.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, the striker emphasized that the priority is to think about this weekend’s Serie A match against Atalanta, whilst he also admitted that the Nerazzurri have not been up to par away from home this season.

If Dzeko’s long-term future at Inter hadn’t been much of a discussion at the start of the season, the Bosnian’s display during the first part of the campaign have definitely suggested otherwise.

The 36-year-old has had a more prominent role on the pitch than even he would have expected given the lengthy injury absences of Romelu Lukaku.

Given that Dzeko has continued to perform at a very high standard when called upon, it now hardly seems impossible that the club could decide to secure his future past the end of the current season.

However, for his part the striker is only focused on taking things one match at a time.

Asked about the possibility of an extension, the 36-year-old replied that “I’m not thinking about that, we have another match on the way and that’s what I’m thinking about.”

Dzeko also admitted, “We’re not having the kind of away form worthy of Inter, we have to fix it.”