The German superstar keen to commit long-future to Manchester United

Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has expressed his desire to play for several more years with the Red Devils.

The German international has played more than 650 games for both club and country, but the veteran, who joined the Premier League outfit on a three-year deal from Bayern Munich in the summer, has hinted that he will extend his contract to remain with the Red Devils.

The 31-year-old suffered injury problems during his final two seasons with the German outfit at the Allianz Arena, but has already racked up 19 appearances for United.

“I hope there are many more seasons to come with United,” he told reporters. “I feel very good at the moment.”

During his time at Bayern, Schweinsteiger helped the Bavarian triumph in the 2013 Champions League and win the Bundesliga title eight times.

“We have experience in our team and we have young players with quality in the team, so if we all do our job well in the group I think we can achieve a lot,” he added.

“I want to win titles, and I think Manchester United is also used to winning titles, so that is definitely my goal.

“But for those type of moments, we will all have to work very hard together and always try to improve ourselves.”