Ander Herrera has admitted that he would like to extend his contract at Manchester United having enjoyed his first four years at the club.
Herrera moved to Old Trafford in 2014, becoming one of the first signings of the Louis van Gaal era, and has gone on to make 161 appearances for the club.
The combative midfielder is a fan favourite among the Manchester United support, with his dynamic performances and clear love for the club shining through in his work both on, and off, the field.
However, having turned 29 yesterday, he has admitted that he would like to extend his stay with the Premier League giants, with his current contract set to expire next summer:
“All the memories I have are amazing,” Herrera told the Manchester United website.
“I’ve been able to win trophies for the club. I have been able to play more than 160 games right now, so what I have in my mind is to go for the 200 games and keep adding games for the club and for myself.
“The way the club treats me is perfect. The love the fans show for me couldn’t be better or bigger, my family is happy in Manchester, so I will just try to give everything and use all my strength and effort to keep deserving to play for this club.”