Brandon Marshall isn't sweating his long-term future with the Chicago Bears.

Heading into the final year of his contract, the veteran wide receiver hasn't heard a peep from a front office that just handed a four-year deal to Jared Allen packed with $15.5 million in guarantees.

"If it happens, it happens, if it doesn't, I'm glad to be a Bear for another year and I'm going to force them to sign me after next year," Marshall said Thursday on WMVP-AM in Chicago, per "One way or another, they're going to get the deal done.

"But if it comes down to next year, I'll be picketing outside of Halas Hall for a new deal, a new contract, because I'm not going anyplace."

At 30, Marshall -- set to make $9.1 million this season -- acknowledged he's "not looking for anything" like the "$16 million, $15 million a year" handed to Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson, but promised "that stuff is going to take care of itself" after what he puts on paper in 2014.