Tottenham target Bruma has told reporters to "wait and see" what happens next summer regarding a possible move from Galatasaray.
The Portugal Under-21 international was linked to Spurs and Arsenal this week with reports claiming the north London rivals have both scouted him recently.
West Brom tried to sign the 21-year-old winger during the final hours of the summer transfer window, but Bruma decided to stay at Galatasaray where he believes he can earn a bigger move in the future.
"Everyone knows that I was able to leave in the off season," he said. "That did not happen and I am happy here and very motivated to have a great season. I want to win the [Turkish] championship, more titles and contribute to the prestige of my club and for the happiness of our fans.
"That's what counts for me. The future, we'll see."
Bruma, who spent time on loan at Real Sociedad last season, is enjoying a fine campaign with two goals and three assists in his six top flight starts.
And he admits that this is shaping up to be his best season as a player.
"I feel good, like I never felt in my career. The coach trusts me, my colleagues help me a lot and I have an incredible amount of support from the fans and the club.
"This is the best start to the season of my career. I am happy about it because I bet a lot this season, like my final statement."