Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady has insisted that he is happy in Russia but would love to play in the Premier League one day.
McGeady moved to the Russian outfit in August 2010 and wants to honour his contract with the club. However, the Republic of Ireland international admits that he can't see himself staying at Moscow beyond his current deal and would love to go to England.
"I am not thinking about leaving or thinking about upping sticks and getting myself to England or wherever," said McGeady.
"I am quite happy where I am - that's all there is to it. I am obviously settled there. I had a few issues a couple of months back, but we had a great end to the season, so I am happy there just now.
"I have still got two years left on my contract. Of course, I still have ambitions to play in England or wherever. I wouldn't want to stay there past my contract."
McGeady is part of Ireland's Euro 2012 squad and has 47 caps for his country.