Winger Bradley Johnson has revealed he would be open to extending his Leeds United contract.
The 22-year-old has been in fine form for the high-flying Whites this season having scored five goals in 11 League One starts.
Johnson is the club's second-highest scorer behind Jermaine Beckford and has been one of their most-improved players this season.
The former Northampton midfielder has just under two years left on his existing deal, but is enjoying his time at Leeds and would welcome the opportunity to open talks.
"I've got a couple of years left on my contract. There haven't been talks at the moment," he told skysports.com. "I'm keen to stay at Leeds. I love the club and the city.
"Although I didn't get a good start at the club I think I've found my feet and my form. Hopefully I can get Leeds out of League One and give them a helping hand in reaching the Premier League."
Leeds have made an unbeaten start to the season and Johnson insists the belief is there in the camp to finish off the job and secure promotion to the Championship.
"The confidence we've got in the camp within the squad, we know we can do it. We know what it takes. We know there are going to be ups and downs, but it's how you react to them," he continued.
"I think these two draws against Carlisle and Charlton. We would have been happy with a point against Charlton before the game and we got it so it's not a loss. We've not lost a game yet so we've just got to keep it going.
"The manager insists we can win the league away from home, at grounds like Walsall and Wycombe. It's going to be against the lower teams where we pick up our points.
"We've just got to know that every game we go into, it's the cup final for the opposition. They are going to give that extra 10 per cent every single game. We've just got to deal with it."