Motherwell boss Stuart McCall says he would be happy to enter talks with the club over extending his stay at Fir Park.
The 48-year-old’s current deal expires at the end of the season and he has indicated he remains content with life in Lanarkshire.
Motherwell’s chief executive Leeann Dempster is out of the country but McCall believes discussions could start in the near future.
He said: “Since the end of last season, it’s been mentioned that we’ll sit down at some stage. I’ve got until the end of the season and I’m sure in the next few weeks we will sit down and discuss the future.
“I’m more than happy here and enjoying the job I’m doing with the squad of players and staff that we’re working with.”
McCall enjoyed a three-year spell with Bradford City before leaving in 2010. However he says he doesn’t feel he has unfinished business in England, adding: “No, not at all. I think people that know me know that I’m fairly loyal. I’m enjoying my time here and unlike most managers if I’m happy somewhere, I’m happy.
“It’s not lack of ambition, even as a player if I was happy and enjoying my job and coming in to work which I certainly am here. I’ve no aspirations and I don’t look higher, higher, higher.
“I’m in the SPL with a terrific club like Motherwell and I enjoy coming into work every day.”
Earlier in the week McCall stated he feared losing almost a team’s worth of players who are in the final year of their contracts.
Asked if committing his future to the Steelmen could convince his players to do the same, he said: “Sometimes the grass isn’t always greener and if you are enjoying what you do is it worth an extra £50, £100, £200? It’s about job satisfaction for me.
“Don’t get me wrong we have players who will be able to command offers at the end of the season.
“All we can try to do is try to create an environment that players can enjoy and if they enjoy it then hopefully there’s a better chance that they might stay.”