Diego Tristan has revealed he will discuss his future with West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola at the end of the season.
The Spanish striker arrived at Upton Park on a free transfer earlier in the season but his current deal is set to expire in the summer.
Tristan has made it clear that he would like to remain with the Hammers and Zola recently admitted he was putting a strong case forward for a fresh contract.
The 33-year-old has produced a series of increasingly impressive performances and is determined to maintain his form for the final two matches of the campaign.
He is then looking forward to sitting down with Zola to speak about whether he will be staying.
"It is up in the air," Tristan said. "I came with the idea of playing this season and then we'd see at the end of it. I will do my best in the games we have left and then we'll see.
"I will speak to the manager and he will decide. I just hope that in these games I can keep playing well and help this team achieve their goal of qualifying for Europe."