Andrea Pirlo insists he wants to commit to AC Milan, despite speculation he is set to sign for Juventus.
The 31-year-old is out-of-contract in the summer and Juve are reportedly ready to offer him a three-year deal.
However, Pirlo insists he wants to talk with Milan before deciding his future.
"In a few days I will speak with [AC Milan's CEO, Adriano] Galliani and then we'll decide," he told Corriere della Sera.
"If there are right conditions, if they are happy, I am happy to stay. I'd do another ten years at AC Milan.
"It is right that Milan let me know what their intentions are. Everyone is then free to make their own choices. If there is no room for us old guard, no problem. I still feel young, I would take another three or four years at the highest level."
A one-year deal on lesser salary has been speculated by some parts of the Milan media, but Pirlo says that will not be happening.
"I'm sure of what I say. This is the reason why I think just one more year of contract would not make sense," he continued.
"Lowering of my salary? Let's talk. A reduced salary has never been a problem for me. The possibility that I stay? 50-50. But simply because we have never spoken."
He also insists that nothing has been agreed with Juve, adding: "It is not true that I will go to Juventus.
"If I had already signed with the Juve I wouldn't go to talk with AC Milan.
"There have been meetings with Arab clubs but is not the time to go there. I still want to win major trophies here in Europe. I would be sorry to go from AC Milan after so many years.
"But I cannot stay without playing, so if Milan doesn't renew the contract I'll have to go somewhere else."