Mathieu Flamini is confident that he will stay at Milan despite the fact that his contract expires in June 2012.
"It is my intention to remain at this club and extend my agreement with Milan," he told the Corriere dello Sport.
"There is no rush though, we will speak in the future when the right time has arrived," he continued.
Flamini may have to wait until the 2011-12 campaign is over to agree terms, seeing as Milan refused to discuss contract extensions with players until this campaign had ended.
The Frenchman, who joined the San Siro giants in 2008 on a free transfer from Arsenal, helped Milan to the Scudetto this term and he's hungry for more honours.
"After winning the League title this year, I want to try to win the Champions League next," concluded the 27-year-old.
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