Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is hoping to see Steven Gerrard pen a new contract, with extension talks planned.
The Reds skipper still has 12 months left to run on his current deal, but Rodgers is eager to tie him to terms which would allow the talismanic midfielder to see out his career at Anfield.
He claims Gerrard still has 'a lot more to give' and feels Liverpool should be looking to reward a man who has given loyal service to the club throughout a distinguished 15-year career.
Rodgers said: "Steven has a year left and that is something he and I are about to discuss.
"Then, I will take things through to the board upstairs.
"There is no doubt that Steven is a player who has given so much to the club, but he has also got a lot more to give.
"It just emphasises how selfless Steven is that he hasn't wanted to talk about a contract because his focus has been on the team and improving his own game.
"But, obviously, I want him to know that he is very much a part of what we are ...