Real Madrid midfielder Isco admits he will consider his future in the summer.
Isco joined the Spanish giants from Malaga in summer 2013, and has won two Champions League trophies, two Club World Cups, two Super Cups and one Copa del Rey in four years.
The Spaniard played 53 games in each of his first two seasons and 43 in his third, but has found playing opportunities more difficult to come by under Zinedine Zidane this campaign.
He has started just 11 of a possible 23 La Liga games for the current leaders, and admits that he will have to consider his future at the end of the season.
“I’m calm. What worries me is to have minutes,” he told beIN Sports. “A player’s career is small.
“I’m happy here and would stay many more years.
“From now until the end of the season, we will make a decision. It is my future at stake.”