Blackpool goalkeeper Richard Kingson is keen to stay on at Bloomfield Road, but says he has shelved all contract talk until the end of the season.
The Ghana international, who featured against England at Wembley on Tuesday night, has established himself as a regular first-choice keeper for the Seasiders this season.
Kingson, who joined Ian Holloway's side from Wigan on a one-year deal last September, is out of contract with the Premier League club in the summer.
The 32-year-old is happy to remain with Pool, but says he will wait until the end of the campaign to speak to the club over a new deal.
He told KickOff.com: "Yes, I would want to stay but I will leave that till when the season is all over.
"It has taken a lot of hard work to get games in the Premiership. It's a tough league to play in but I have dug in well."
Kingson is likely to feature when Pool travel to Fulham on Sunday, when they will look to strengthen their bid for top-flight survival.
Holloway's men currently sit 15th in the table and just a point clear of the drop zone with eight games remaining.