West Ham goalkeeper Adrian has made it clear that he wishes to finish his career with his current club and remains content at the club, as reported by the Official West Ham website.
The Spanish stopper has recently returned to the side on a regular basis after coming in for England ‘keeper Joe Hart, and he has really impressed as of late, picking up three clean sheets since making his way into the team.
He has been playing week in week out for a number of weeks now and he feels as though he is reaping the rewards of this and wants to see out his career here.
His contract does expire at the end of next season and if he were to be offered a further deal then you would expect him to end his career with the club.
Speaking ahead of Saturday’s game against Huddersfield, Adrian said;
It’s one of my wishes to finish playing here at West Ham. I played the last five seasons here and 114 games in the Premier League, even more in the cup.
My contract expires at the end of next season, then we have to decide. I am now 31 and can probably still play for a long time. So why not West Ham?
I am very happy here in London and at this club. I have a special relationship with the fans from the beginning of my time here. Now I have to enjoy playing and give my best every week until the end of the season to stay in the Premier League and to finish in the highest position possible.
The keeper also spoke about the relationship he has with the West Ham supporters and that it would be something which he would be keen to continue.
I like to share with them the moments that I am living here – my life, my sensation after the game, before the game, or in the week. I want to show the fans a bit of myself. “They see me on the pitch but it’s important in the era of social media to share with them a bit of my everyday situations.