Getafe striker Juan Angel Albin says he is in talks with the Spanish club over extending his stay at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
The 24-year-old striker still has a year remaining on his existing deal at the Primera Liga outfit however the Uruguayan is eager to agree new terms.
Albin joined Getafe in 2006 from native side Nacional and has enjoyed a fruitful spell in Spanish football to date.
The player says he is keen to continue playing for the club and wants to prove to the club's hierarchy he is worthy of an extended contract.
Albin says negotiations are already underway but is keeping calm over tying up a deal as he looks to return to fitness following an injury lay off.
Albin said: "Besides that I am still in a contract at Getafe for one more year, I want to stay at this team, so the conversations for extending the deal have begun.
"For the moment there are conversations and negotiations, nothing has been signed yet but I am calm because I am still in the contract for one more year.
"There has been an important advance in the negotiations. I expect to continue at Getafe for many more years, and for what I have heard, the president also wants me to continue at the club.
"Now I am currently getting recovered from an injury and I expect to be very fit.
"I have to grow much more and this year could be the one. I hope to have many more minutes for playing and to have an important season."