Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea hopes to stay at the club for many years to come amid Dean Henderson's recent emergence.
The England international has been one of the best players in the Premier League this season while away on loan at Sheffield United, attracting the attention of some of the top European clubs.
He has been tipped for greatness, even though he will face a tough battle in dislodging De Gea from his spot.
The Spanish international has been a key member of the United side in the last decade, even though his form has dipped in recent seasons.
"Yeah, I'm getting older!" De Gea said on a United Hangout. "Just to be a part of this club is amazing. So imagine, 10 years, it's like a dream. It's great to play games with this club, so I hope I can be here more years, many years."
De Gea is counting on the return of key players from injury to help push the team in their quest to book a Champions League slot once the Premier League resumes.
"I think the whole team improved a lot," De Gea added. "We were in a good moment. I think we were in very good, top form, we didn't concede many goals, and of course, with Bruno, he brings a lot of quality.
He's a clever player, a top midfielder, the team improves with him and it was a pity that everything stopped because we were in a good moment.
"But hopefully with some players that were injured will be fit when it all starts again, so it will be a good challenge for everyone."
United are currently fifth on the English Premier League table, three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.