The Spain captain, who has fallen behind Diego Lopez in the Real Madrid pecking order, hopes to add to his medal collection and wants to be remembered as a player that gave his all
The Spain international has spent the past few months on the sidelines due to a hand injury, but was recently given the green light by his side's medical staff again.
Head coach Jose Mourinho is set to stick with Diego Lopez between the sticks, but Casillas remains unworried about his future at the club.
"My aim is to win as much silverware as possible, because that makes me happy," he told reporters.
"I know that also makes the Madrid fans and all the supporters of the national team happy.
"I want to be remembered as a player who wore the shirt of Real Madrid and Spain with pride and respect, and who gave everything for both shirts."
The 31-year-old then went on to discuss his long-term future, and hinted at a coaching career once his playing days are over.
"I intend to stay in the world of football when I hang up my boots."