Dave Jones insists he has no intention of leaving Cardiff as he aims to steer them to automatic promotion.
The Bluebirds are on the cusp of automatic promotion with just two games left to play of the regular season.
Along with Norwich and QPR, they are locked in a battle for two places to reach football's Promised Land.
It is a task which he is wholly committed to and something that he intends to reap the benefits of.
"The Bluebirds are going places - and I would love that to be in my time here," he told the South Wales Echo.
The Bluebirds lock horns with Middlesbrough on Monday evening before finishing their campaign against Burnley.
Should the team from Wales manage to garner two wins from those games and Norwich fail to complete their remaining fixtures with wins, it will see Cardiff promoted.
"I will give it everything I've got," added Jones.
"I enjoy being Cardiff City manager and I want to stay longer.
"This football club is in a fantastic position, it really is.
"Cardiff City fans have something to be proud of when you look at the new stadium, training ground and the squad we have here."