St Johnstone forward Matty Kennedy is keen to stay at St Johnstone.
The former Kilmarnock man has been a big success at McDiarmid Park, earning a Northern Ireland call-up on the back of his Perth performances.
And, with his current two-year deal running out in the summer, he is keen to open talks about a new one.
“I’m happy here,” said Kennedy. “I enjoy my football here.
“I have been around a few clubs in my career already so I want to be settled.
“The gaffer has been great with me. He’s helped me kick on with my football again and I want to repay him for that.
“I feel at home here, it’s been a really good move and it’s got me into the Northern Ireland squad as well.
“The club haven’t spoken to me about a contract yet but I’m sure they will.”
Meanwhile, Callum Booth has extended his contract through to the end of the season.