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By Edwin Chong.   Last Updated: 04/05/10 12:55pm

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Park: Wants extension

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Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-sung has revealed that he aims to end his career at Old Trafford.

The South Korea captain, who only extended his current deal last September, is tied to the club until 2012 but is already keen to add more years to his contract.

Park signed from PSV Eindhoven in 2005 and has since become an integral part of the United midfield, making almost 150 appearances and scoring 15 goals for Sir Alex Ferguson's side.

"If it is possible I want to finish my career at Manchester United," he told The Korea Times.

"Manchester United is the world's best club. There is no reason to move to any other team.

"As the club encourages footballers to stay with the team, there are many old boys such as (Paul) Scholes and (Ryan) Giggs.

"If the club takes care of me and helps me improve, it is natural to stick with them. However, we don't know the future."

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