Cristiano Ronaldo says that he is focused on 'achieving glory again' at Manchester United, a hint that he could stay at Old Trafford this summer.
Despite netting his 24th goal of the season against Brentford on Monday night, speculation persists that the Portuguese could move on at the end of the campaign having not always made a regular impact in attack.
However, while Real Madrid are said to be among the clubs who are monitoring the situation, the Portuguese superstar has given an indication of his future plans by suggesting that his focus is on winning silverware at his current team.
In a social media post, the 37-year-old said: "Once again, great support from the stands. Let's take this opportunity of our last game of the season at Old Trafford to thank our amazing supporters, who endured a difficult season by our side and never abandoned us.
"Thanks, guys. Your support means the world to us and our goal is to become better everyday, so that we can achieve what we all want: glory for Man. United!"
Ronaldo currently has a contract at United until the end of 2022-23, with there being an option for an extra year should both parties mutually agree on the matter.