Chris Lucketti has set his sights on winning a new deal at Sheffield United.
The veteran defender appeared to be on his way out of Bramall Lane at the turn of the year, but he has found favour in recent weeks and has played in all of the club's last five league matches.
Lucketti's current contract is due to expire in the summer, but he hopes to earn a new deal from manager Neil Warnock.
"It will depend on how the rest of the season goes, but I feel I've another season in me at this level. I don't see any reason why not," said Lucketti.
"I feel good. I've looked after myself in the past, and I'd like to think that's helping now.
"I certainly know I'd love to stay. If they put a contract on the table now I'd snap their hands off because it's a fantastic club.
"Hopefully, I've proved something to the manager. It's given him a headache with team selection because there's a lot of competition for places, particularly at centre-half.
"But I also feel I've proved something to myself. You wonder if you can play in the Premiership but until you do then you never know."