Leicester City midfielder Andy King wants to end his career with the Foxes.
The player, who recorded his 10-year anniversary since making his debut with the club on Monday, is the only player in the current squad to have won the League One title, Championship title and Premier League title with the King Power side. He has played under eight different managers throughout his Leicester career.
“I would like to finish my career with City,” King said, via the Leicester Mercury.
“Situations change quickly in football in terms of managers, players and injuries. I want to be playing and I am not naive. This is the best league in the world and every season millions of pounds are spent to try to bring in the best players.
“I would like to stay here but whether that is possible or not we’ll see.
“But one thing is for sure, you know the relationship I have with people here. That will never be broken and the record I have achieved is there for everyone to see.
“I am massively proud of that and I am not sure it will be done again. Unless a team like Manchester City or Manchester United have to be relegated, like Juventus, and then have to come back up through the leagues.”
King is well aware that lifting the league title is no small feat, and having become a champion two seasons ago, the player admits that even a single term in the top flight would have been enough for him and some of his teammates.
"I remember when we were in League One and the Championship and we were striving, and we would have taken just one season in the Premier League," he added.
“I have had to work hard to get to this level and I am taking every game and being grateful for that.
“The longer we can stay in this league the better. I want to achieve as much as I can and see where that takes us.”