MILLWALL striker target Matt Smith says he has not yet been offered a contract extension by Leeds United.
Smith was the subject of a failed bid from the Lions in June and remains high on manager Ian Holloway's summer shopping list.
Speaking for the first time about Holloway's interest in him, Smith admitted that his future at Elland Road will be determined by Italian owner Massimo Cellino.
The 25-year-old told the Yorkshire Evening Post: "I'm a Leeds player and that goes until I'm told differently.
"I'd be very sad if I was told differently. I'm very aware of how special it is to wear the badge and I'll never take my position for granted. I'll never disrespect the club.
"Clubs never show an interest in you when you're playing badly so any interest is flattering to a degree but I'm not sure what was happening with Millwall because I wasn’t really kept informed.
"I've just been going about my business and I'm perfectly happy to do that."
Pressed on his contract situation, Smith added: "I'm not aware of any serious movement on that front.
"That's down to the owner to make that happen and it"s his opinion on me that counts."