Veteran striker Ruud van Nistelrooy has stated his desire to see out his contract at Hamburg.
The 34-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward joined the Bundesliga club on a free transfer in January 2010.
Van Nistelrooy's career at the club began promisingly but this season both the player and the team have struggled for form and consistency.
However, the Dutch ace is keen to add to the 10 goals he has notched in 25 games for his latest employers.
"The year of 2010 has been very disappointing, both for me and the club," Van Nistelrooy told Bild.
"When I joined everything looked great. We were in fourth position and had a good chance to claim the Europa League.
"Sadly, we finished the season empty-handed but it was not a wrong decision for me to decide to play for this club. I wanted to help the club.
"I did not achieve that, so I am going to remain until the end of the summer."
Hamburg are currently ninth in the Bundelisga and still have a chance to qualify for the Europa League, with Van Nistelrooy on five goals so far this campaign.
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