Radek Cerny has confirmed he would 'love' to stay at Tottenham Hotspur beyond his current deal.
The Czech Republic goalkeeper's stay from Slavia Prague is due to expire in the summer and he is waiting to learn if he will be retained.
He recently admitted he would be interested in joining Queens Park Rangers after being mooted as a target for the Championship club.
But, after replacing Paul Robinson as Spurs' first choice in recent games, Cerny is keen to stay at White Hart Lane.
"My contract ends at the end of the season and there is no reason to think about it now," Cerny told Galaxie Sport. "We will see how it will turn out."
When asked if he wanted to stay, Cerny replied: "Definitely. I would love to stay at Tottenham and now it just depends on them if they will come up with something."
Cerny also praised the impact made by new signing Jonathan Woodgate following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United after the defender had made his debut in the previous game at Everton.
He added: "I saw him play first on Wednesday and he led the defence well. He is good in the air and organises the game well.
"You saw that we did not allow Manchester to get too many chances. So I think he is a good signing for us."