Peter Whittingham has confirmed he is ready to put pen-to-paper on a new contract with Cardiff City.
The Bluebirds midfielder's current deal is due to expire at the end of the current campaign and there were fears that he could walk away for nothing.
But the 26-year-old, who scored an impressive 25 goals last season as Dave Jones' men reached the Championship play-off final, is ready to pledge his future to the South Wales side.
Whittingham, who moved to Cardiff from Aston Villa for a cut-price £350,000 in January 2007, has revealed negotiations are at an advanced stage and is keen to end all the speculation over his future.
"We are sorting out contract terms and will be signing soon," Whittingham told the Western Mail.
"And I'm relieved to be signing after all the talk about other clubs."
Whittingham's immediate focus is getting the Bluebirds' promotion push back on track following successive defeats at the hands of Leicester and Ipswich.
Millwall visit the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday before Tuesday's home encounter with Crystal Palace and Whittingham is keen to get back to winning ways.
"Things have to shape up and we have to get back to creating chances and taking them - starting in these next two home matches," he added.
"We must focus on Millwall this Saturday. That's the important one now."