Danny Cadamarteri is hoping to resolve any uncertainty surrounding his future by signing a new contract with Huddersfield.
The 29-year-old has made it clear that he wants to remain at the Galpharm Stadium past the end of his current deal, which is due to expire in the summer.
He is, however, yet to sign an extension to that agreement, alerting other clubs to his availability.
SPL outfit Dundee United are reported to have expressed an interest, but Cadamarteri insists he has no intention of heading to Scotland.
"We've been going to and fro since the turn of the year, but previously the talks had been very stop-start, because there were other things to focus on," he told the Huddersfield Examiner.
"I just tried to keep my head down, stay fit and train and play as well as I could.
"Now the end of the season is getting nearer, the talks are back on the agenda, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we can come to some level of agreement.
"I've really enjoyed my time at the club so far, I come from this area and my family are nicely settled here and if we can sort a deal out, I'd be delighted to stay here."