Earlier, media reported that Chelsea, Juventus and Arsenal were interested in signing the 22-year-old, who is currently playing for CSKA Moscow.

"Juve have a great championship, I'm pleased that they talk about me, but right now I don't have the time to think about that, I'm focused on the national team," Golovin said.

The hosts are currently preparing for their World Cup quarter-final against Croatia, which will take place in Sochi on Sunday.

According to Golovin, the team should use their strengths in the Croatia game as opposed to adjusting their style of play to the opponent the way they did during Russia's penalty shootout win over Spain on Monday.

"Spain had more possession than the other teams. We based our play on that. When we play Croatia, we should act based on our strengths and play our football," Golovin added.