Joselu has vowed to give his all for Stoke in pre-season if a transfer away from the club cannot be finalised.
The Spanish striker’s future is up in the air after returning to the Potteries after a successful loan spell at Deportivo La Coruna last term.
“Now I wait. It’s a warm summer, I have two years left at Stoke,” Joselu told Marca.
“We hope to have solutions as soon as possible and if not, I will work non-stop inpre-season. Whatever comes, may God want it to be good.”
Asked if all doors are still open on his future, he added: “Yes, it is clear. England is a complicated country for foreigners.
“In Stoke we had a difficult year [in the 2015/16 season], the three Spaniards we were there [Bojan and Muniesa].
“There they have a very different idea from ours and I am open to any situation.”