Robinho has reiterated his desire to stay at AC Milan, insisting he would be happy to extend his current contract with the club.
The Brazil international was heavily linked with a return to his native country in the January transfer window, but he has stressed that has no intention to leave the Rossoneri any time soon and would be keen to pen a fresh deal to keep him there beyond 2014.
"I would like to sign a contract extension," Robinho was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport. "I want to end the season on a high and will give my utmost in the remaining games. After that, we'll talk about a renewal. I can assure you that the next six games will not be my last for Milan."
The 29-year-old then went on to discuss Sunday's Serie A encounter against Juventus and hopes Milan can record an impressive double over the Old Lady following their win at San Siro in the autumn.
"They are a battleship and we must attack them like we did at home. We cannot let them play their own game," Robinho explained. "We defended very well in the home game moved the ball around perfectly. We must replicate that performance."
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