WINGER Ryan Fraser said it had been “six or seven months” since Cherries had last spoken to him about his future.

The 25-year-old has been the subject of constant speculation this summer, having been linked with a move to the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham.

Fraser, who recorded 14 assists in the Premier League last season, has just one year remaining on his current deal with the Dorset club.

The former Aberdeen ace earlier this week told the Evening Express the “likelihood” was he would still be at Cherries next season.

Responding to the Daily Echo back in May, manager Eddie Howe said: “We would sign Ryan to a new contract tomorrow but that’s obviously a two-way process.”

But now speaking to The Scotsman, Fraser said there had been no update on his future.

He said: “It was six or seven months ago that we last spoke about my future, but nothing since.

“Even in the end-of-season meeting I had with the manager, we didn’t speak about my future.

“He knows I’m not one to speak about it. If something happens, it will happen. If it doesn’t, then I’m not one to throw my rattle out of the pram. I’ll keep trying my best. I keep getting things tagged on Instagram that I’m going places and I think ‘am I?’.

“I’ve got a year left with Bournemouth. If I’m there, I’ll give my all. If I’m somewhere else, I’ll give my all. I just want to play well, do my best and work hard for my team-mates.

“It’s nice (to be linked with big clubs). But I’m just one of those players who enjoys playing football, wherever I am. I never look too far ahead, I never want to try to think ‘where am I going to be playing?’.

“Because if you start thinking like that, then you’ll probably start playing badly and not concentrating on the here and now on the pitch.

“Not once, since the season stopped at Bournemouth, have I thought ‘where am I going to be next season?’ It was just about staying fit for the Scotland matches against Cyprus and Belgium and then wherever I’ll be, I’ll be.

"As long as I’m enjoying my football, that’s all I care about.”