Louis Saha is hoping to help Tottenham back into the UEFA Champions League and earn himself an extended stay at White Hart Lane.
The French forward penned a six-month contract with Spurs in January, with that agreement set to see him through to the end of the 2011/12 campaign.
Saha has enjoyed a productive spell in North London and is understood to have impressed Spurs' coaching staff.
A new one-year deal is believed to be in the pipeline, with his experience and keen eye for goal making him a useful asset.
Saha is hoping extension talks will be held in the near future, with it his desire to have his future sorted out before his possible involvement at Euro 2012.
Ahead of a final day showdown with Fulham on Sunday, which will see Spurs chasing a top-three finish and a guaranteed place in next season's Champions League, the 33-year-old told The People: "We need to win against Fulham as that will give us our best chance of having Champions League football next season.
"Personally I will do my best to help the team achieve that - and after this is done I will have the time to then sit down and discuss my future.
"When I arrived I knew the situation and was fully concentrated on the six months ahead. But that is nearly over now so we will sit down and discuss things. I'm pretty confident I could find something."
Another of those inside the Spurs camp planning for the future is Brazilian midfielder Sandro, with the 23-year-old midfielder setting his sights on a top-three finish and gold medal success at the 2012 Olympic Games.
He said: "I really want to get back in the Champions League and I also want to win the Premier League. Next season I hope we can progress.
"For now, my dream is to finish in third place in the Premier League - but then comes the Olympics and trying to get that medal.
"After that, it'll be about trying to win the league with Spurs. We thought we could have been fighting for the title right now, but in the second stage of the season we were not in form."
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