Mathieu Flamini admits he will have options to leave AC Milan in the summer, but has reiterated that he wants to stay with the Serie A club.
The French midfielder quit Arsenal for Milan in 2008, but he has struggled to hold down a starting berth under coach Leonardo this season.
He has repeatedly been linked with a move back to the Premier League and was a target for Manchester City during the January transfer window.
City boss Roberto Mancini is reportedly weighing up a fresh approach for the 26-year-old in the summer as he looks to fine-tune his squad.
However, while Flamini is aware there will be opportunities to move on from Milan, he remains determined to be a success at the San Siro.
"It was a dream to come here," Flamini told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I had other possibilities when I left Arsenal, and I would also have them now, but my objective is to stay here and win something.
"Hopefully the Scudetto and fast."
Flamini also suggested that he is at a loss to explain why he does not figure prominently in Leonardo's plans for Milan.
He added: "You should ask the coach. I have always worked hard and the new system should favour a player like me.
"At Arsenal we also played with two midfielders in front of the defence, Fabregas and I. It's the role I prefer."