South Korean midfielder Park Ji-sung is hoping he will be offered a new contract by Manchester United.
Park's current deal expires in 18 months' time and an extension to his time at Old Trafford has yet to be discussed.
The 27-year-old has established himself as a valuable squad member since joining from PSV Eindhoven in 2005 and he is keen to stay.
"I only have one more year left on my contract and there has been no contact about a new deal yet," he said in the News of the World.
"I want to stay here, but we'll have to wait and see.
"I'm not letting myself become too worried. I just want to concentrate on playing well for United and, hopefully, we'll talk.
"If I play well and show that I'm an asset to the team then maybe I'll get a new contract."
Park was also happy to start last weekend's Club World Cup final win over Liga de Quito after being left out of the squad for the UEFA Champions League final back in May - a decision Sir Alex Ferguson described as one of the hardest of his United career.
"It hurt me to miss the Champions League final, so to play in the Club World Cup was great," Park added.
"To be called a world champion is amazing - a dream for me."