Torquay United captain Angus MacDonald says he would like to stay at the club next season.
The 23-year-old is out of contract in the summer, having joined in 2014 when he was signed by former Torquay manager boss Chris Hargreaves.
"I'm in no rush to get away from the place," MacDonald, who has made 67 league appearances in the past two seasons," told BBC Radio Devon.
"The club's been good to me for the last two seasons since I've been here."
The former Reading youngster had two spells on loan at Plainmoor when the club were in the Football League, as well as spending time at AFC Wimbledon and Salisbury City.
And MacDonald, who assumed the captaincy when Kevin Nicholson took over as manager last September, says the extra responsibility has helped him.
"You look at things differently as captain," he said.
"Everyone looks up to you as to how you should be acting and leading the team, so I think I've matured massively since the start of the season."