BURTON, England -- Harry Maguire said he is focused on winning the Nations League with England rather than a potential summer move to Manchester United or Manchester City.
The defender is on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's radar and has also been linked with a move to City but the 26-year-old says any talk of a transfer away from Leicester will have to wait until after his international commitments.
"When I'm away with England I don't think about anything to do with club football," Maguire said on Tuesday.
"As soon as I wear this badge it's really important to focus on England and nothing else. At the moment, nothing is going through my head in terms of club football.
"I'm fully focused on the two games coming up and that's where my head is at."
The in-demand centre-back is preparing with the rest of Gareth Southgate's squad ahead of the Nations League semifinal against Netherland in Portugal on June 6 (live on ESPN2 at 2:45 p.m. ET).
It is a chance for England to win a first trophy since Le Tournoi in 1997 and Maguire insists it is important to take another step forward after reaching the semifinals of the World Cup in Russia last summer.
"It's been a long time since we've won a trophy," he said. "You want to be winners, we've got a lot of winners in our team. You've seen that with Man City boys who have turned up after winning three trophies this year.
"We've got a lot of winning mentality in our team and hopefully we can transfer it to international football."