Antonio Valencia wants to end career at Manchester United

Antonio Valencia celebrates with teammate Michael Carrick after scoring the equaliser against West Ham on April 17, 2013
© PA Photos
Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia says that he wants to end his career at the club.

Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia has revealed that he wants to end his career at the Premier League champions.

The 27-year-old, who was part of the side that overcame Aston Villa on Monday, has two years remaining on his current contract.

It had been suggested that the Ecuadorian would seek pastures new in the summer, but he has since quelled such claims.

"Neither the club or the coach have said anything about [leaving Manchester United]. I think it was a rumour that came about in Ecuador more than anywhere else," the Ecuadorian ace told Radio La Deportiva.

"[Manchester] is my home, I would like to stay here for a lot longer and retire here before going back to Ecuador."

Valencia joined United from Wigan Athletic in 2009.

United winger Nani celebrates opening the scoring against Reading on February 18, 2013
Read Next:
Result: United through to last eight
>
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole



Tables
LIVE SCORES VIDEPRINTER
expand