Michael Turner has confirmed his desire to sign a new contract at Hull City.
Tigers boss Phil Brown revealed earlier this week that he was holding talks with the 25-year-old, who has caught the eye this season with a string of impressive displays.
Turner has even been tipped as a possible future England international, and that has also seen the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City linked with moves.
However, Turner insists he is ready to sign a new contract at The KC Stadium.
"My agent has had a couple of meetings with (manager) Phil Brown and hopefully in the next few weeks something can be agreed," he said.
"We are looking to extend it and hopefully something can be agreed pretty quickly.
"This is my first year in the Premier League, the club is going in the right direction and I want to be part of something here.
"First and foremost I have got to stay in the Premier League and go again next year.
"Hopefully the stadium can be developed - we have got the fanbase and the potential to be a huge club."
Turner was coy over his England chances, but admitted he would love the chance to play on the international stage.
"I have just got to keep my feet on the ground. I'm not the kind of person to let it go to my head, I just take each game as it comes," said Turner.
"Like any English player I would love to play for England but at the moment I have only played 18 (Premier League) games.
"If I play a few seasons to the standard I have you never know, but I am not thinking about that."