West Ham midfielder Matt Taylor has revealed that he would like to end his career with the club after promotion to the Premier League.
The 30-year-old ended his first season at Upton Park with a Championship play-off victory over Blackpool at Wembley.
And the former Bolton player admits he is content at the Hammers, in manager Sam Allardyce's team.
"I'm very happy and very settled," Taylor said. "My family is settled, the kids are happy and ultimately I'm happy.
"Long may that continue and hopefully I'll be able to stay at West Ham beyond my current contract. If I can, then that will be wonderful.
"I'm enjoying myself at the moment. I'm enjoying playing football even though I had a difficult mid-season with injury.
"Ironically the season's finished now but I was in a position where I was really enjoying my football. I thought I was doing okay and staying in the team."