Paul Pogba has indicated that he wishes to stay at Manchester United next season.
Pogba has established himself as a core member of the team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, using the imposed lockout to recover fully from any remaining injury problems.
Despite rising the pecking order, the 27-year-old remains with just one year remaining on his deal, with United having the option to extend the current terms by another 12 months.
While the North-West giants still need to trigger this clause, the World Cup winner has indicated that he plans to be at the club at least until June 2021.
After United qualified for the Champions League on Sunday, Pogba wrote on Twitter: “Let’s goooooooooo, Champions League kid.”
The 2-0 win of Leicester City ensured United will finish third in the Premier League campaign.