Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov has made it clear that he would like to remain at Stade Louis II after the current season comes to an end.
The experienced forward was signed on loan from Fulham as a replacement for Radamel Falcao, and he has impressed at the start of his career in France.
Berbatov went on to score 6 goals in first 12 appearances for the Principality club, while netting the only goal in yesterday’s victory over Nice that saw Monaco clinch Champions League qualification.
The striker now admits he is perfectly happy at Stade Louis II and he has no plans to return to Craven Cottage.
“My future? Everything is fine for me here, I play and score,” Berbatov told L’Equipe. “When the season is over, we will sit around a table and we will decide if I stay or leave.
“I am doing my job on the pitch so far and I try to prove I am quite good. Do I want to stay at Monaco? Yes, I would like to stay.”
Prior to joining Monaco, Berbatov had spent seven and a half very successful years in England, having made 229 Premier League appearances and scored 94 goals in the process.
The 33-year-old appears to have several good years ahead of him and there is every chance the French giants will attempt to turn his loan deal into permanent move.