Tomas, what's the current situation in terms of your future overseas?"For some time, together with my agent, we've been negotiating a new contract with Detroit. But it's not easy; it's a business, and both sides want to have the best conditions."Do you already have a specific proposal on the table?"Yes, I have three options. The team's offered me two, three and five-year contracts. Of course the offers have other financial circumstances."Which one of the alternatives do you prefer?"It looks like I'll sign a two or three-year contract. We're close to an agreement, but a few things need to be resolved."Do you have a red line deadline, or do you have some time to think?"No, we're not in a rush. It doesn't matter whether I'll sign today or in two weeks."Why?"Detroit has my rights until I'm 27, so I can't negotiate with any other NHL team, so I have time" (Tatar says, and laughs).But could it possibly happen that Detroit would sign you to a new contract and then let you go?"It might. Especially because hockey and the NHL are a big business. But I don't think that will happen."Now what are you doing?"I'm recovering from a short weekend trip to Croatia, but I'm training fully and preparing for the new season."