Marcus Tudgay is keen to extend his stay at Sheffield Wednesday and is in discussions over a new deal.
The striker still has 12 months to run on his current contract, but has held preliminary talks regarding an extension.
Tudgay has been in top form for the Owls this season, notching 14 goals on his way to becoming the club's player of the year.
Currently enjoying the most productive spell of his career to date, Tudgay believes his long-term future now remains at Hillsborough.
"My adviser has spoken with the club," he told The Star.
"Things are at a very early stage, but there's no worry about that. I've got another year anyway.
"We can take our time, it's got to be right for both parties. The club are moving forward and I want to be part of that. I want to stay
"I'm playing the best football or my career, that tells you something, and the fans are behind me.
"The chairman is talking about new players coming in and that can only help to improve us. If we can be more consistent I think there's every chance we can push for the play-offs."