Morrow, who has a player option at just over $1 million for next season, has averaged 19 points over his last four games.
Morrow said it is too early to speculate on his future.
“I want to concentrate on these next eight games,” said Morrow.
The Pelicans start a three game road trip Wednesday night in Denver.
Head coach Monty Williams understands that there may be competition for Morrow’s services this summer.
“Anytime you can re-sign guys who shoot the ball well, gotta be a priority,” said Williams. “But, you can’t fight what the league is gonna do. I am sure there are teams around the league that are looking at him, as a guy they want to have. I am sure Dell and his staff are looking at all those options.”
The Pelicans are 32-42 on the season. They also visit Utah and Portland on the trip.