Manchester United ace Jesse Lingard has dropped a hint that his future still lies at Old Trafford amid reports linking him with an exit in the summer.
Lingard has struggled at United this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with half of his appearance coming as a substitute. The arrival of Bruno Fernandes and the return of Paul Pogba to fitness has led to speculation that the England international could be sold to raise funds.
Despite being linked with a move away from United, Lingard seemingly has no intention of departing as he plans to help his side secure a silverware next season.
"Obviously to finish the season," he said when asked what his immediate aims are.
"You know I wanted to go back in fitter, sharper than last season to play every game. I've kind of forgot about last season, we move forward and even though the season's not finished, I feel like it's another little fresh start."
"Finishing a season, it feels like a mini-season for me, so to go back in, like I say, flying from the get-go, in which I feel good and then, obviously, for next season to just carry on.
"I have the right attitude, I have the right desire, I have the right hunger to win games to play for United to obviously win trophies which is one of the most important things."
The 27-year-old's contract with United is set to expire in the summer of 2021 but United have the option to extend his deal by a further year.