Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has addressed his future at the club, hinting at extending his current contract.
The Frenchman's future has been the subject of debate for months now but seems happy at the moment with his influence growing.
Juventus and Real Madrid have been mooted as possible destinations, even though there hasn't been anything concrete from the two clubs.
The midfielder's contract runs until June 2022, meaning he could be available next summer if he does not sign a new contract.
"I'm on contract, I'm here, I'm enjoying myself," he explained during an interview with Rio Ferdinand with BT Sport.
"Everybody knows that I have one year left, I'm going to speak with the club, see what's going on.
"For now my goal, my objective is to win something, all I am thinking about is winning, to bring my energy, give my best to help the team."
Despite being at the top of his game currently, Pogba feels he still has a lot to offer.
"Is this the best Pogba for Man Utd? I hope not! I hope I can do even better," he added.
"I hope we can carry on and keep doing better until the end of the season, and win something.
"It's always nice to feel good, be in form, be fit, start playing again, go on 90 minutes for four, five games, to play all the games for six months, that's what I want to do."
Pogba and company will be in action on Wednesday night when they host Sheffield United in another English Premier League match.