Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas wants to end his career at Porto and continue playing until he's 40, he told Spanish television.
"This week I think I'll extend my contract until I'm 40. I'll be 38 soon and I'll most likely finish my career with FC Porto," the 37-year-old Spaniard said on the El Dia Despues programme.
On Tuesday the 2010 World Cup winner added the Portuguese side's president, Antonio Pinto da Costa, had told him: "I don't want you to stay for another year, I want you stay until you're 40."
"If I can still fight alongside my teammates to reach the team's aims I have no problem in still playing because I am very grateful to Porto," Casillas told the club's website.
Casillas has been at the Dragao since leaving Madrid in 2015 winning the Portuguese title last season.