Veteran defender aims to achieve glory on all fronts as he targets more regular action and continental success in his second term in Milan
The 35-year-old Colombian is tied to the club until June 2012, but his immediate aims are to taste success on the European stage as the Serie A champions return to Champions League football.
"I feel well and I want to achieve many objectives. I think I can carry on playing for another two or three years, also because I want to win the Champions League," he is quoted as saying by Tuttomercatoweb.com.
Yepes arrived from Chievo in 2010, and was often used a substitute by coach Massimiliano Allegri last season, however, he believes he is still capable of performing a key role for the club.
"I am convinced I am suited to Milan, but at times I was sad as others had more chances to play. However, I have had a good career and last season I was the only player who never missed training," he added.