Motherwell manager Stuart McCall admits he is open to extending his contract at Fir Park.
McCall's current deal at Motherwell expires at the end of the season and talks over an extension have yet to take place.
The former Scotland international's achievements at Motherwell have not gone unnoticed among rival clubs with McCall leading Motherwell to the Scottish Cup final and Champions League qualifiers in his first 18 months in charge.
However, McCall insists he is enjoying life in Lanarkshire and would be happy to extend his stay at the club.
"I'm more than happy with the job I'm doing and the squad of players and staff I'm working with," said McCall.
"I think people who know me know I'm fairly loyal.
"I'm enjoying my time here. I'm probably unlike most managers - if I'm happy somewhere, I'm happy. It's not lack of ambition.
"Even as a player, if I was happy and enjoying coming into work, which I certainly am here, I don't have aspirations, I don't look higher, higher, higher.
"I'm in the SPL, at a terrific club like Motherwell, and I enjoy coming into work every day.
"I have nothing against thinking I will look to extend my contract."