Dimitar Berbatov is looking to hold talks with United with a view to sorting out his future, but he has let it be known that he is keen to stay at Old Trafford and win more trophies. The Bulgarian striker had a good season knocking in 21 goals in 32 appearances, helping United win a 19th title. But things looked to go sour towards the end of the season when the goals dried up and Alex Ferguson left him on the bench a number of times and then leaving him out of the Champions League final squad altogether. The 30-year-old has picked up two Premier League winners' medals and the Carling Cup since joining from Tottenham in 2008 and he wants to help the club win more according to his agent Emil Danchev. "We'll know more after we have talks with United, but Berbatov wants to stay and to keep winning trophies," Danchev said.