Thomas Sorensen has been offered a new contract at Stoke, as the keeper considers his future with the club.
Sorensen moved to the Potters from Aston Villa in 2008, and has helped the club stake their claim on the Barclays Premier League and stay out of relegation battles since.
And the 35-year-old has revealed that he is considering a new deal with the club, if it means he can continue to build up more game time.
"Stoke have given me a contract offer. It is something I have to consider," Sorensen told The Sentinel.
"If we have a long run in the Europa League and the FA Cup in the spring, there will be many games for me.
"But you can't be sure of that - and towards the European Championships, of course, I would like to play some games."
Sorensen is hoping to get a mention in the Denmark international side at the Euro's next year. The stopper has made 98 appearances for his country, and if he participates in the tournament he will definitely reach the 100 mark.
Stoke face QPR and Blackburn after the international break at the Britannia Stadium, and the side will be hoping to keep their home form in check as they push to break into the top half of the table.
The Potters are also still flying high in the Europa League, topping Group E and sitting four points clear of second-placed Besiktas, but they will have to keep rotating the squad to continue successfully juggling the two schedules.