Machester United veteran midfielder Paul Scholes came out of retirement in January.
And the 37-year-old has had a huge hand in helping the defending champions overhaul neighbours City at the top of the table.
Now Scholes wants to follow fellow old-boy Ryan Giggs, 38, into committing himself to another season.
Scholes has taken part in all bar two of United's 15 games from the moment he came on as a sub in the 3-2 FA Cup win over Manchester City on January 8.
He has started eight of those games scoring twice and won rave reviews. Boss Alex Ferguson said: "His form has been fantastic."
Scholes retired at the end of last season but he quickly missed playing as he helped coach the reserves at Carrington.
SunSport revealed his decision to come back ahead of United's match at City.