The 22-year-old, who has been in impressive form for the Black Cats this season, is adamant that he will not spend next season on the bench.
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"But I am not prepared to go back to sit on the bench and watch other people play football. I've done that enough."
Rose has started twice as many league games for Sunderland as he did in six years at Tottenham, and believes regular game time is crucial to his hopes of playing for the England national team.
"I've got friends progressing into the England team and being in the squads,” he continued. “I'd like to think one day I'll have a shot at doing that.
"I'll only get that when I'm playing week-in, week-out, and I'm doing that here. I'm enjoying it here and I love being back up north.
"Nothing has been discussed with the management here or the management there about what's going to happen next season.
"I want to reiterate I will not be looking to sit on somebody else's bench again."