Veteran Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas has revealed that he wants to sign a new contract with Porto.
Casillas spent a period out of the Porto team earlier this season, but has since regained his position, and has helped his club win their first league title in five years this term.
The 36-year-old will see his current deal expire at the end of next month, but the Spaniard is keen to sign an extension.
"I hope to stay here," Diario AS quotes Casillas as saying. "I still do not know my future and it may have been the last game I have played at Estadio do Dragao, but I have no plans to retire and I wish to continue playing football.
"If Porto come to ask about a renewal, I will gladly listen."
Casillas has kept 18 clean sheets in 31 appearances for Porto during the 2017-18 campaign.