Paul Robinson has revealed his contentment with life at Tottenham and is keen to pledge his long-term future to the club.
England's number one keeper recently passed the 100 appearance mark for Tottenham and he is happy with how his career has developed since he made the move from Leeds in 2004.
Robinson feels Spurs are poised to push on and challenge for honours and is eager to play his part under Martin Jol at White Hart Lane.
"Hopefully I will be here for another 10 or 15 years to see out my career," Robinson told the Sunday Mirror.
"I have enjoyed every minute since I arrived.
"We are on an upward curve and we are starting to get a bit of success.
"Things are going for strength to strength and I am looking forward to the next 100 games."
Egyptian midfielder Hossam Ghaly has echoed Robinson's sentiments, as he feels Spurs have the quality to secure some silverware in the near future.
"We have a good team which can challenge for the Uefa Cup and I dream of winning it every day," said Ghaly.
"And in the Premiership I don't think it will be too difficult for us to chase third or fourth place."