Christian Eriksen has told Tottenham Hotspur’s official site that he wants to complete another 100 matches for the club.
Eriksen made his 100th appearance for Spurs against Chelsea at the weekend, after joining the club in 2013.
And the Dane seems to have no intentions of leaving White Hart Lane in the near future, as he now wants to rack up 200 appearances for the Lilywhites.
“It’s gone really quickly [reaching 100 games], especially with everything that’s been happening,” he said. “With so many games, it goes so quickly. Now I’m looking forward to the next 100.
“Everyone here is doing a good job, everyone knows what they are doing and what they have to do. It’s all down to the 11 men on the pitch.”
Eriksen has been a key player for Spurs ever since he arrived, and his appearance record highlights how vital he is believed to be.
The 23-year-old is considered to be Tottenham’s main source of creativity, and if he does stick around that would be a major boost.
Eriksen has been tasked by Mauricio Pochettino to play to be his side’s main architect and so far the attacking midfielder has risen to the challenge.
The former Ajax man has put in a number of fine displays under the Argentine’s stewardship, and his form has helped Tottenham go unbeaten through their last 12 Premier League matches.
Eriksen has scored 25 goals in his first 100 appearances in a Spurs shirt.