Hull City midfielder Nick Barmby is hoping to be offered a new contract at the KC Stadium.
The 34-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season and he is looking to prove his fitness to City boss Phil Brown.
Barmby has started the club's last two Premier League games and is eager to prolong his time with the Tigers, having joined from Leeds in 2004.
"Without a doubt I want to stay - you still want to be involved," said Barmby.
"I still feel fine, I've just got to keep fit. At the end of the day you get paid to play and be fit and around the place.
"I have got no problem with that, but I love it here and I want to play as long as I can here."
Injury ruined the early part of this campaign, but Barmby is hungry to feature regularly after starting against Stoke and Middlesbrough.
He said: "It is up to the manager, it is a squad game and I have no problem with whatever his decision is.
"I'll just keep my head down and keep working hard in training, the same attitude as I have always had."