Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta has announced that he's thinking of beginning talks soon with FC Barcelona. The reason being it's nearly time for a new contract for the midfielder.
Iniesta revealed as much on the show El Partidazo on Cadena COPE once Barça and Atletico Madrid's 1-1 draw had ended at Camp Nou.
"I want to end my career with Barcelona, I have a contract until 2018," he said.
The Catalan club's captain reiterated to COPE that "you will have to ask those in charge when it's my turn to renew, I want to end my career here."
GUARDIOLA A REFERENCE
In the same interview, Iniesta was asked if Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola could tempt him: "He knows what I have said many times, that my wish is to finish my career in Barcelona.
"Guardiola is a reference who I learned many things from, but for me the best is Luis Enrique now because he's our coach."
As for the Atletico game, he added: "In general, I think we played well, above all in the first half.
"We were against a team that usually do well and even though we didn't create a lot of openings, we did have chances on goal."