Ghana international Sulley Muntari wants to retire at AC Milan after spending three seasons at the San Siro.
The 30-year-old joined the Rossoneri in January 2012 from rivals Inter Milan and has gone on to become a key player.
He is playing one of his best footballs this term after scoring two goals in five Serie A matches.
Muntari is looking at remaining with club when his initial contract runs out in June 2016.
“It's a special world, the best place I have ever been, the club where I want to end my career,” Muntari told SportMediaset on Friday.
“Here you can feel love and respect like no other place. And that is where I want to win the Scudetto. Win, win, win.”