Kalvin Phillips insists he wants to stay at Manchester City but is keen to discuss his future with manager Pep Guardiola.
Phillips may have taken home three medals last year, but he only made four starts across all events.
He made a total of 21 games, with the final 17 coming as a substitute.
This summer, Liverpool may be interested in signing him, and he has been linked with a possible exit.
Phillips insists, however, that he wants to remain at the Etihad, telling the Telegraph: “My intention is to stay there.
“We have just won the Treble, so there is no reason for me to leave other than if I am not playing.
“I will obviously have to think about it. I cannot give it 12 months and say ‘I am not playing so I am going to leave’.
“As you have seen with many players at City, it can take quite a while to cement yourself into the team.
“Hopefully I will enjoy my off season and then work hard when I get back.
“I will definitely speak to Pep. I don’t know whether it will be in the summer because everyone enjoys their downtime and everyone wants their space away from football.
“So I’ll probably leave it until I go back for pre-season but I’ll just speak to him and have a good conversation.”
Phillips is behind Rodri in the pecking order at City and there has been some talk that the club could try to beat Arsenal to the signing of Declan Rice from West Ham.
Bringing the Hammers captain in would potentially throw a wrench into the plans of the 27-year-old.