Burnley goalkeeper Brian Jensen has spelled out his desire to remain at Turf Moor.
The Danish shot-stopper has been with The Clarets since 2008 and the 32-year-old is now looking for a new deal - with his current contract set to expire in the summer.
"I can confirm we are talking but we just need a little bit more confirmation from the gaffer but we'll take it from there," he told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.
"Everybody's questioning and everybody thinks I'm going somewhere, but at the moment I'm not going anywhere.
"I'm happy here, my family's settled and I definitely want to stay, so now we just have to see how that develops.
"I've bought a house back home in Denmark because I will go back some day.
"The plans are probably two or three years from now, if we're going to continue here and do really well, why not stay until I'm too old to walk! Why not?
"If they want to keep me then I'll stay.
"It is a big plus (to have the jersey), but I have been in charge of the position before but it's been up and down this season. But the main thing is that the gaffer believes in me and really gave me a big boost.
"He says he wants to keep me as well, so if we can do something I'm happy to stay."
Meanwhile, young Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez has been offered a new deal.
The 18-year-old has spent most of this season on loan at Stirling Albion and has impressed manager Owen Coyle enough to get an extension.
"The reason Jay went to Stirling is we knew he would get regular games," the Clarets boss said.
"He missed six weeks with a chest problem, but he has still done well and he looks as if he is improving on a regular basis.
"The two months during the summer are important to him now because I would expect him to come back bigger and stronger and hopefully ready to show that he has a part to play at this football club.
"He is out of contract, but I want to keep Jay Rodriguez.
"I think he has an opportunity and I have already been speaking to his agent and we will look to get that resolved."
Reports suggest that Rodriguez and youth team-mate Alex McDonald will be sent on loan to Patrick Thistle next term.