Star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield is yet to commit his AFL future to Adelaide, saying his sole focus at the moment is on preparing for Saturday's International Rules clash with Ireland in Perth.
Key forward Taylor Walker re-signed with the Crows on Tuesday on a deal that runs until the end of 2018, but the futures of Dangerfield and Rory Sloane remain up in the air.
The star duo come off contract at the end of next season, with the pair set to attract significant interest in free agency.
Sloane has already publicly stated his desire to remain a Crow, but Dangerfield gave no such offering on Wednesday when quizzed on the issue.
"It is great to see that Taylor has signed on," Dangerfield said.
"But as I have said before, there is no time limit with (my contract).
"My focus at the moment is solely on preparing for this International Series and then Adelaide's season next year."