Ricardo Fuller is set to have talks with Stoke City over a possible new deal with the club.
The striker finished the previous campaign as the Potters' top scorer for the fourth season running, with his form gaining him recognition as a potential target for other Premier League clubs.
The 30-year-old has proved to be a bargain buy after signing for just £500,000 from Southampton in 2006 after his career stuttered at St. Marys.
The Jamaican international has become a focal point of manager Tony Pulis' attack, but with just two years left on his current deal, Fuller made it clear that while he was keen to stay at the Britannia Stadium, he wanted assurances over his future this summer.
"I have two years left on my current contract, but we will have talks when I get back," he told The Sentinel.
"I have done really well, and right now a lot of clubs are interested and are knocking on the door, so I'm looking forward to these talks when I get back in July.
"I'm happy at Stoke City and if the talks go well maybe I'll get another two-year deal and maybe finish my career there."
Fuller's form has marked him out as one of the key reasons behind Stoke's success, in which they finished with a higher points total than their first season in the top flight.
However he was also quick to point out the remarkable efforts of his team, despite admitting he was flattered to have received such interest and admiration from other managers.
"This season was brilliant, because we managed to improve in every area," Fuller added.
"I finished with eight goals, and even though I had 11 last year I played a lot better this season than I did last year.
"My performances were a lot higher and more consistent, and that is proven in the league stats and the respect I now get from other managers."