Tottenham Hotspur star shares his dream for the future.
The 26-year-old has earned high acclaim for his lung-busting performances for Mauricio Pochettino's men so far this season, and he is now considered to be a vitally important member of the Tottenham side, as well as the national team.
Walker moved to Tottenham from the Blades on a permanent deal in 2009, before being loaned back to his boyhood club.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker
And the 23-capped international right-back explained how it is with Sheffield United where he would like to end his career, during an exclusive interview with Sky Sports:
"Hopefully one day I'll get to play for Sheffield United in the Premier League, hopefully that's a dream that can come true. They put a lot of faith in me and hopefully I can finish my career there, just to say thank you."
Tottenham's Kyle Walker in action
Tottenham have managed to turn their season around over this past month or so, winning eight games from their last nine in all competitions, and Walker has played a key role in their revival.
If Spurs are to mount a sustained challenge for both domestic and continental success of the next five years or so, they must do everything in their power to ensure that Walker remains at White Hart Lane.