Aaron Cresswell would like to finish his career with West Ham.
Having spent three years as a professional with both Tranmere Rovers and Ipswich Town, Cresswell moved to West Ham United in 2014. Five years on, the left-back has lengthened his stay with the Irons. A two-year extension takes his contract to 2023 which would mean nine years in Claret and Blue.
“When you're at a club for this long, it's special," Cresswell told whufc.com. “Especially nowadays, things change a lot. To have a few more years here is always special. If I could finish my career off at West Ham, it would be a proud moment for me and my family.
“It would be a great crack at a footballing career. West Ham is moving in the right direction and the Club is moving forward. The manager's ideas, the way we're playing football now, London Stadium, everything is good.
“For me, personally, to start at Tranmere and to move to Ipswich Town and then progress to West Ham, it's been a fantastic journey. A few more years and I'm looking forward to the future ahead."
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