Craig Beattie has put concerns over his future at Hearts to one side to concentrate on the Scottish Cup final.
The striker, who netted the winning penalty against Celtic to secure the Edinburgh club’s place at Hampden, is out of contract at the end of the season.
Beattie admits no discussions have taken place with the club’s hierarchy over potentially keeping him on at Tynecastle but the 28-year-old is putting all his focus on the fixture with Hibernian.
“I've not been thinking about next season,” he said. “There have been too many big games and too much going on to think about it.
“It would be unfair to stand here and talk about next season when all the lads have the chance to go and win a medal in a few days. That's all we are concentrating on.
“There's a possibility [it could be my last game] but I'm certainly not worried about it.”
Beattie has been a hit at Hearts since arriving on a free transfer in February, scoring three goals in eight appearances for Paulo Sergio’s side.
“I've not been here long but it has been eventful,” he added. “I've enjoyed every minute of it and I wouldn't change it.
“With a game coming up like this at the end of the season, it is just magnificent.”
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