Real Madrid stalwart Raul has spoken of his desire to remain at the Santiago Bernabeu outfit for the rest of his career.
The 32-year-old Spain international made his debut for the European giants in 1994 and has remained an integral part of the set-up ever since.
He is the club's record goalscorer and has no intention of playing for anyone else as his playing days come to a close.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "I intend to continue fighting and enjoying the game, so we'll see how long I hold up.
"My dream was to begin and end here, but circumstances change and decisions sometimes need to be made.
"I think the Real Madrid-Raul relationship is hard to break, so I hope to end my career here."