Dolph Ziggler has continued to tease the possibility of him leaving the WWE and has denied reports he has re-signed with the company.
The Show-Off refuted claims during WrestleMania week, that he had signed a new contract for in February for $1.5 million a year.
Ziggler's current contract expires this summer, with Ziggler saying not to believe the earlier reports.
"I would love to get into stuff more but based on the internet, they told you I’d re-signed and I have not," he told Fox Sports Australia.
Dolph also explained his recent absence, following his US Title win at last year's Clash of Champions PPV.
"It seems that 99 times out of 100, I would lose. I didn’t think that I deserved to be on the TV show if I was someone that was losing every night" he told the 'All Things Wrestling Radio Podcast'.
"I asked to be taken off. I was hoping for maybe six months or a year, and it ended up being four weeks."
Dolph captured the US Title in December last year, but vacated it the next SmackDown. He returned during this year's Royal Rumble, entering #30.
More recently, he was drafted to RAW during the Superstar Shakeup, and has formed an alliance with NXT's Drew McIntyre.