Hoffenheim frontman Vedad Ibisevic is keen to agree a new long-term contract with the club.
The 24-year-old leads the Bundesliga scoring charts after netting 18 goals to help newly-promoted Hoffenheim top the table at the halfway stage of the season.
That form has reportedly attracted the interest of the likes of Bayern Munich and Juventus.
But Ibisevic appears ready to snub any offers in favour of an extension to his current contract at Hoffenheim, which runs until 2010.
Speaking from the team's winter training camp in La Manga, Ibisevic told Kicker: "The probability that I will stay is big.
"I feel very happy in Hoffenheim. My agent will handle the negotiations."