Manuel Pascali: My dream is to earn testimonial year at Kilmarnock
Italian skipper is out of contract this summer and believes he can play for three more seasons.
Manuel Pascali insists he's fit enough to be playing in the top flight for another three or four years, admitting he'd love to be at Kilmarnock long enough to earn a testimonial.
The Killie captain is one of several players out of contract with the Ayrshire outfit in the summer.
The 33-year-old, who has been at Rugby Park since 2008, is keen to earn a fresh deal and stay even longer.
He told STV: "I’m feeling well physically even after a couple of bad injuries and I’ve played over 25 games this season.
"Hopefully I have another three or four years ahead of me because I’m Italian and we play until we’re 37 or 38.
"My dream would be having a testimonial year here but if somebody doesn’t agree with me then I have to find somebody that will believe in me again."
Gary Locke replaced Allan Johnston as Killie boss on an interim basis and Pascali, who has made 26 appearances this term, is unsure where his long-term future lies.
Asked if this would be his final year at Rugby Park, Pascali added: "I don’t know you will have to ask the chairman, I don’t know who the manager is going to be as well.
"I have to be realistic, if it is not going to happen [here] I have to move on and try to see if there’s any other Scottish team or Italian team that is looking for an experienced player to play for them."