Inter Milan defender Lucio has called on the club to show they trust him by offering a new deal until 2014.
The Brazilian centre-back turned 33 last month and has been linked with a move away from the San Siro, with Spanish outfit Malaga among the clubs keen to acquire his services.
Lucio's current contract expires next summer and Inter are reportedly only prepared to award him a one-year extension, but he would like two.
"I want to remain at Inter but with the condition that my contract is extended until June 2014," Lucio told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I trust in Inter Milan, I'm sure that the club will build a team capable of winning everything again.
"But (club president Massimo) Moratti has to trust me, not look at my date of birth. I still have such force and hunger for success."
Lucio, who joined Inter from Bayern Munich in the summer of 2009, maintains that he would only be prepared to leave for another top club and has ruled out a switch to Malaga.
"I'm not going to Malaga. I'm not looking for a good last contract and money," he said.
"I want to win big trophies. I am convinced that we will find an agreement with Inter.
"These aren't strange requests. I just want a contract until 2014. My agent will surely reach agreement with the company about money.
"If I did leave Inter I would go to another club that has the will to win the Champions League."