West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell has said he would be very happy to end his career at the Hammers after signing a new deal with the club.
It was announced last week that the 29-year-old had put pen to paper on a four-year contract that would see him remain at the London Stadium until 2024, and the fullback says he has no intention of ever leaving:
“When you’re at a club for this long, it’s special. Especially nowadays, things change a lot. To have a few more years here is always special. If I could finish my career off at West Ham, it would be a proud moment for me and my family.”
Cresswell has been at the club for over five years, having joined the team from Ipswich Town in July 2014 for £3.75m.
The defender has certainly had his ups and downs over the years, and while he hasn’t always been a first-team regular, manager Manuel Pellegrini clearly sees him as part of his plans in the immediate future.
Despite some good recent form, Cresswell will have to stay on his toes if he wants to keep his spot, with Arthur Masuaku competing with him for a place in the side.