Sam Warburton says the subject of British and Irish Lions selections has not been discussed in the Wales squad during this year's Six Nations campaign.
Saturday's Six Nations clash with France is Wales' last match before coach Warren Gatland names his Lions squad next month for the tour of New Zealand.
Warburton, who was the 2013 Lions captain in Australia. and a number of his Wales colleagues, are among the contenders to be included in the squad but, he says it is not a topic which has been discussed much.
Warburton's immediate aim will be to target a sixth successive victory for Wales against France, and keep alive the possibility of finishing as Six Nations runners-up behind England.
A win in France would also secure a top four world ranking - if England also beat Ireland - ahead of May's 2019 World Cup pool draw.
The 28-year-old said having the pressure of the Wales captaincy lifted from his shoulders has improved his form.
Warburton skippered his country for six years before being replaced by Alun Wyn Jones.