Luka Modric said he wants to retire at Real Madrid after beating Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to the Ballon d'Or.
Modric, who attracted interest from Inter at the start of the season, said: "I have two years left and hopefully one more.
"The club show me a lot of affection and I'd like to retire at Real Madrid.
"My family enjoy it and I want to keep enjoying this huge club."
Modric capped a brilliant 2018 by edging five-time winner and former team-mate Ronaldo, who finished second, while Messi was fifth in the voting.
Modric, however, admitted he would give up all his individual accolades – including the Ballon d'Or – to win the World Cup.
"I said, I think last time when I won The Best, I would change all my individual awards for the World Cup, unfortunately it didn't happen," Modric told reporters. "This success we achieved at the World Cup for such a small country like Croatia is something amazing.
"But, like I told you, I would change all of this for a World Cup. It didn't happen, this is a great feeling to win at least this, and very happy for it."
Modric and Real Madrid are back in action on Thursday against Melilla in the Copa del Rey.