Leeds United winger Max Gradel has confirmed he would sign a new deal if offered one by the club.
Gradel has one year left on his Elland Road contract, although Leeds are currently waiting to see which division they will be in next term.
Simon Grayson's side still have an outside chance of making the Championship play-offs, but they need help from elsewhere on the final day of the season.
Gradel has been superb for Leeds following a permanent switch from Leicester and his displays following promotion earned him the club's Players' Player of the Year and Fans' Player of the Year awards.
The Ivorian is enjoying his time at Leeds and despite reported interest from Newcastle the 23-year-old is looking to commit his future to the Whites.
"If there is a new contract on the table I'd sign it because I am very happy at Leeds," confirmed Gradel.