Radamel Falcao says he has no intention of leaving Monaco as long as they are aiming for domestic and European glory.
The Colombia international has been solid for the Ligue 1 side since returning from unsuccessful loan spells at Manchester United and Chelsea.
With 28 goals in 38 appearances in all competitions this season, Falcao is back to his best with the French side.
Although his contract expires at the end of next season, he has no thoughts about planning a move away just yet as they near the end of an excellent season.
Sitting top of the French league and in the semi-finals of the Champions League against Juventus this week, Falcao believes success will come.
"I feel very good here," he told L'Equipe. "My wife and my daughters do too, both in the club and in the city. We have adapted, we have a fulfilling social life and all helps bear the fruit of my work here since the beginning of the season. I hope we can continue to live here.
"[A new contract] depends on [vice-president] Vadim Vasilyev and the owner. I feel very good, happy and the results are good.
"If Monaco's goal is to win titles in France and Europe - and that's why I'm here - I will be delighted stay."
Falcao, 31, is the third highest goalscorer in the French top-flight with 19 goals, behind Alexandre Lacazette on 24 and Edinson Cavani, who has 31 this term.