West Ham United are reportedly keen to tie Aaron Cresswell down to a new contract.
The left-back only arrived at Upton Park from Ipswich Town last summer, when he signed a deal that does not expire until 2019.
However, his form this season is said to have alerted the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City, both of whom have been strongly linked with lodging bids for the 25-year-old at the end of the campaign.
The Hammers, though, are keen to resist any interest in their defender, who will be offered an improved one-year extension to his current terms, according to The Mirror.
Cresswell has made 32 starts in all competitions for the East Londoners this term.