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Aston Villa is keen to get Thomas Hitzlsperger's contract sorted out at Aston Villa.
The German international is yet to decide on whether to sign a new deal - with a host of clubs from The Premiership and Die Bundesliga said to be interested.
"The contract to get tied up now is the one of Hitzlsperger," said O'Leary.
"That runs out in the summer, I'm not concerned, but you still want it done."
Thomas Hitzlsperger has insisted that the arrival of Djemba-Djemba does not mean he is on his way out of the club.
The Germain is out of contract in the summer and is yet to agree new terms.
"Djemba-Djemba's signing does not mean the end of my Villa career," he said.
"He is a midfielder but I don't think he has been signed as a replacement for me. We are different types of players.
Aston Villa star Thomas Hitzlsperger has admitted he has still to decide if he will stay at the club.
The 22-year-old is out of contract in the summer and a number of clubs are waiting in the wings to sign him if he does not agree a new deal.
Villa boss David O'Leary is keen to get Hitzlsperger's contract sorted out, but the player is refusing to rush into anything.
Thomas Hitzlsperger has insisted that he does not need to be playing in the Bundesliga to catch the eye of Germany coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
The midfielder has made it his dream to represent his country on home soil at next year's World Cup finals, but admits a lack of regular playing time for Aston Villa could harm his chances.
Reports in Hitzlsperger's native Germany have suggested he is looking to return to the Bundesliga in the summer in a bid to press home his claims for international recognition, with Stuttgart keeping an eye on his services, but he says his only need is to play regularly.
Aston Villa supremo Doug Ellis thinks Thomas Hitzlsperger would be 'foolish' to leave the club this summer.
The German international is out of contract in the summer and is widely expected to leave Villa Park on a Bosman transfer.
A return to his homeland seems to be the most favourable option for the 22-year-old, with a host of Bundesliga sides gearing up offers - although a number of clubs in England are also thought to be monitoring his progress.