Chris Smalling has hinted that he could be staying at Manchester United, despite being linked with a move away from the club.
Several Premier League sides have registered an interest in the player, with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton heavily suggested as potential destinations for Smalling.
The 28-year-old has spoken out on his future at Old Trafford and admits that he wants to keep making memories at United.
"It does feel like I've been here quite a few years but it doesn't feel that many," Smalling told reporters.
"It's crazy, if you sit down and think about where it all started and certain games and how the process has gone, it's pretty crazy. I'm just relishing living in this moment and, hopefully, I can look back and be very satisfied [in years to come].
"Hopefully, there's lots more to come, but it's nice to have a contribution and to be here for quite a while, helping the team and the managers that have come. I just try to do my best and try to be a part of the team. That's something I've really felt at this club."
Smalling has made 182 appearances since joining the Red Devils from Fulham in 2010.