With the soccer world her oyster, the Chicago Red Stars are thrilled striker Sam Kerr wants to win the NWSL title first before looking elsewhere.
The superstar Matilda is in demand given she is one of the most dangerous attackers in the world.
It is easy to see why Chelsea might be interested in bringing her to Europe, or why she might draw lucrative offers from Lyon or Real Madrid.
What Kerr decides to do about her future could be a major test for the NWSL after the competition saw renewed interest after the United States' Women's World Cup win last month.
But for now Kerr is just focused on earning the Stars their first NWSL title.
"I want to win the NWSL. I've never done it, and I love Chicago," Kerr told The Associated Press. "The NWSL's given me so much. I think it's made me the player who I am."
It's what Red Stars coach Rory Dames was hoping to hear, after poking fun at his forward's competitive streak for staying longer for shooting practice on a picturesque summer afternoon in suburban Chicago.
With speculation abounding where Kerr might play next season, Dames says the loss of a foreign star like the 25-year-old would be a blow to the league as it tries to grow in the coming years.
"The best players in the world are in this league," Dames said, "and if you want to be one of the best players in the world, you need to come into this league and prove yourself, not prove yourself in leagues where the competition is a little different or the quality of the teams in the league from top to bottom are a little different.
"I think that's one of the reasons why Sam has really excelled, is because a lot of the other perceived top players in the world I don't think could have the success that they're currently having where they are in this league."
Kerr seems at ease with the discussion.
"I think there's a lot of new women's teams coming forward, and I think it's just fans wanting me to go to their club," she said. "It's new teams, new fans, which is great. That's what happens in the men's game. The more talk about women's football, the better."
Kerr, who captained the Matildas in the World Cup, splits time between Chicago and the Perth Glory in Australia's W-League. She is the all-time leading scorer in each league, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Kerr scored her NWSL-best 13th goal Wednesday night, but the Red Stars' five-game win streak was snapped by a 2-1 loss at Sky Blue FC.
She also led the NWSL in goals in each of the previous two seasons, including a league-record 17 in 2017 when she was the NWSL MVP and Golden Boot winner during her final season with Sky Blue.
With Kerr powering the attack and Chicago fully stocked once again after the World Cup, the Red Stars are second in the NWSL standings heading into this weekend, one point back of Portland and one clear of North Carolina.
"I think she's just so dynamic," said defender Katie Naughton, who also plays with Kerr in Australia. "Her movement on and off the ball is just something that you don't necessarily see in the women's game a lot."
Kerr was acquired by Chicago in a three-team trade on draft day in January 2018 that also featured US stars Carli Lloyd and Christen Press.
Midfielder Nikki Stanton, Kerr's longtime girlfriend, also moved to the Red Stars as part of the deal.
While the couple is competitive, Kerr said they know when to leave it back on the field.
"She kind of knows when I've had a bad game or when she's had a bad game, and we don't bring it up," Kerr said. "It's actually better, because it's someone, you know when you talk to your parents and they say the wrong thing and annoy you, so we kind of know what to say to each other."
Kerr, the youngest of four siblings, grew up in an Australia Rules football family.
Her father, Roger, and Daniel - one of her two brothers - played professionally. Soccer 'was kind of seen as a little bit of a girls' sport compared to an AFL game," she said.
Sam started focusing on soccer after she had to stop playing AFL when she was 12 because there was no women's league for the hard-hitting sport. The women have their own league now, and Kerr has received several offers from its teams over the years.
"It would be amazing to play AFL and maybe one year I will retire there," she said, "but yeah, I've just grown to love football now. ... I can't see myself back there."