The attacking midfielder is keen to remain at his current club until the end of his career and is ready to pen a new dealAndres Iniesta is keen to sign a contract extension with Barcelona as he has the ambition to retire at Camp Nou.
The Spain international's existing deal runs until the summer of 2015, but he is ready to commit his future to the Blaugrana as soon as possible.
"It is my dream to end my career at Barcelona. Nothing has changed in that regard. We will see how it all unfolds, but I do not expect any problems with my contract renewal," Iniesta told Sport.
"When both parties have the intention to continue together, the renewal should be done pretty quick.
"In the situation I find myself in, everybody in the world would want to be rewarded fairly. You have to give it good thought and make a decision.
"When we sit down and open talks, I hope it will be resolved quickly because we both want the same thing."
Iniesta, 29, has made over 300 Primera Division appearances for Barca since making his official first-team debut in 2002-03.