Iker Casillas wants to stay at Porto for the foreseeable future.
The Spanish goalkeeper moved to the Portuguese club last year after 16 years in Real Madrid’s first team.
His contract at Porto ends next year, but he plans to stay at the club for the long term.
Speaking on his Facebook profile, he said: “I have the intention of being here for a long time and of being able to remain linked to Porto.
“I am very happy at Porto and in the city.”
Casillas also said that he feels he is playing “better and better” for the Portuguese giants, for whom he has now made 53 appearances.
Casillas has already demonstrated his willingness to continue at the club. His original contract ran until 2017 but when Porto president Jorge Nuno Pinta da Costa offered him a one-year extension he signed it immediately.