Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu has suggested that he intends to remain at the King Power Stadium for at least another season.
Since replacing Harry Maguire in the centre of the Foxes defence, Soyuncu has helped his side become a constant presence in the top four of the Premier League standings.
While the Turkey international's form has allegedly resulted in interest from Manchester City, the 23-year-old feels that he should continue his career in the East Midlands.
Speaking to Fotomac, Soyuncu said: "I don't think it would be right to go somewhere right now. I'm having a good season. Above all, I still have a lot to learn.
"[Maguire] is the most expensive defender in the world and your team does not buy another because it trusts you. You play instead of someone who transferred for £80m.
"We're going well now, but the important thing is to keep it going. I played 30 matches, but it's important to increase this to three-digit numbers. It is very important to be at the same level throughout your career."
Soyuncu still has over three years remaining on his contract.