USA international Christian Pulisic has hinted that he could remain with Borussia Dortmund for a few more years as he is not desperate to pursue a bigger challenge elsewhere. The teenager joined the Bundesliga outfit under the guidance of ex-boss Jurgen Klopp, and he has since improved leaps and bounds to become a regular in the starting line-up.

In an exclusive with ESPN, the 19-year-old suggested that he is still adjusting to the environment around Dortmund despite making himself an influential player for club and country, he said: “I’ve come into a bigger role with the national team, but the environment here [with Dortmund] definitely helps. I’m still trying to figure it all out.”

Pulisic has been the subject of interest from several high-profile clubs over the past 12 months, and when quizzed about his prospects of joining a big-club, he appeared to deflect the talk saying: “Of course I always dream big, but I don’t put a plan out for myself. I try to focus on the next week and the next game every time, focus on what I’m doing right now and just to continue to improve every single day. If I do that, I should have a good future.”

Despite this, the versatile attacker remains a transfer target for the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United in the summer with both sides holding different merits in their pursuit. Whilst Liverpool are managed by ex-Dortmund coach Klopp which makes it enticing, United were Pulisic’s favourite club whilst gaining the love for the club, and this could yet play a role in a future transfer.

Bayern Munich have also thrown their name in the hat as they look to replace veteran midfielders Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben, though Pulisic has previously made it clear that he does not see himself swapping Dortmund for the Bavarian giants as many players have done in the past.