Midfielder Lee Bowyer has confirmed he would consider a pay cut to extend his stay with Ipswich Town.
The 35-year-old has made 24 Championship appearances for the Suffolk club after penning a one-year deal last summer.
The ex-Birmingham City man believes the club is moving forward and is keen to commit beyond the end of the season.
Bowyer is not motivated by money after claiming to have rejected a move to Liverpool years ago and would accept reduced terms to stay on with Ipswich.
"I would love to stay," he told the Green'Un24. "I like the club and it is definitely moving in the right direction.
"If they were going to offer me another year, I would consider a pay cut. It is not about money, it is about playing football and that is what I want to do.
"At the end of the day, I have never really played the game for money. I could have gone to Liverpool years ago for stupid money but I chose to stay at Leeds.
"At my age, you just want to play. I am quite a normal person in that way and that will never change."