Luton Town striker Warren Feeney has revealed he is in talks with the club regarding a new contract.
The Northern Ireland international's current deal with The Hatters expires at the end of the current campaign.
The former Leeds United and Bournemouth hit-man, who joined the Kenilworth Road club in a £150,000 deal from Stockport County nearly two years ago, is hopeful of extending his Luton stay.
"I am having a chat with the club about a new contract," Feeney said.
"I came here to play, and the manager (Mike Newell) gave me a chance to compete in the Championship.
"I am keen to stay. Hopefully, we can get ourselves up the league.
"Once you have played in the Championship, you want to stay there, and I want to play at as high a level as I can."
Marlon Beresford, Russell Perrett, Steve Robinson, Ahmet Brkovic and Sol Davis have all committed themselves to new contracts recently, and Feeney is delighted by the developments.
"It is good to see other players committing themselves," he added.