The former Arsenal striker penned a one-year deal at Selhurst Park last summer and has emerged as a fan favourite during their successful fight against relegation.
He told the Daily Mail: "I am at the end of my contract now and my priority is to stay at Crystal Palace for maybe one or two more years. This is the happiest I have ever been in England.
"I think he (Tony Pulis) wants me to stay, yeah. If not I don't know why! Maybe I did something wrong.
"I want to continue to work with him and with Crystal Palace. Everything, the atmosphere, the players I work with, I don't want to change anything.
"I just want to be better and better with Crystal Palace."
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