Robert Huth has confirmed that he would be keen to sign a contract extension and commit his long-term future to Stoke.
The German centre-back made the move to the Britannia Stadium from Middlesbrough in 2009 and has emerged as one of the club's key players.
He has a deal with the Potters for two more years but manager Tony Pulis indicated last month that fresh terms could soon be sorted out.
Negotiations are believed to be ongoing and Huth, who has been linked with a switch to the Bundesliga, would be happy to stay.
Questioned on whether he wanted to remain long-term, Huth said in The Sentinel: "If things work out for both sides, then of course. I'm loving it."
Huth has faced competition for a place in the Stoke defence this season and has been asked to play in other positions, but he is happiest in the centre and was delighted to score the winner in Sunday's victory at Everton.
"I have been all over the place this season, so I'm glad to be back in the middle. I am more comfortable there," he said.
"I got dropped a few games ago, so I am just finding my feet again."
Huth added that he was delighted to cap a fine week with the win over Everton, having also beaten Blackburn and sealed qualification for the Europa League knockout stages.
"Overall, it's been a great week," Huth declared. "We knew how much pressure Everton would put on us, but there wasn't many saves by keepers on either side."