AC Milan defender Thiago Silva has revealed he would happily top up his existing contract at the San Siro to stay with the club until 2020.
The Brazil international joined Milan from Fluminense in 2009 and, in May, signed an extension until 2016 with the Rossoneri.
He has been regularly linked with moves to Spanish rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid, but insists he has no plans to quit the Serie A champions.
Instead, the 27-year-old would have no hesitation in being prepared to commit the rest of his career to Milan, if vice-president Adriano Galliani offers him a deal.
"My thought is to stay until 2016, then I would like to extend the contract for another four years," Silva told Milan Channel.
"Indeed, I hope that Galliani is watching this interview and behaves accordingly."