Robert Green has revealed that he would be "delighted" to end his playing career at Queens Park Rangers.
The 34-year-old recently extended his contract at Loftus Road by a further two years, which ended speculation that he was to leave the club.
When asked by Goal.com about the future, the former England goalkeeper admitted that he is keen to see out his career with the R's.
"I've got a long time left hopefully. I'm 34 now and if I play with this [contract] it'll take me to 37, so [I'm] getting there, but I'm happy at QPR. [I'm] happy playing the game and enjoy being at the club. You never say never but, if you told me I'm going to play the rest of my career at QPR, I'd be delighted," he said.
Green joined QPR from London rivals West Ham United in 2012.