David Beckham says he will enjoy playing for Milan until March and will then ‘see what happens’ regarding a possible extension.
The midfielder made his Serie A debut at the weekend after joining Milan on loan from Los Angeles Galaxy.
He is due to return to America for the start of the Major League Soccer season on March 9 but there has been speculation that he could remain with the Rossoneri.
Beckham has now hinted that he would be happy to stay with Milan if all parties are happy.
“The contract and agreement is I go back on 9 March,” Beckham said in The Sun.
“So I’m going to enjoy it up until then and we’ll see.”
Beckham, 33, moved to Milan to help him maintain his fitness and he has no plans to retire in the near future.
“I hope to be able to play until I’m 40. I love the game and when I stop loving it, that’s when I’ll decide to stop,” he said.
Meanwhile, Milan are optimistic David Beckham will be able to extend his two-month loan with them from LA Galaxy.
Milan technical director Leonardo told BBC Sport: “It was a fantastic match for David and he gave us a lot. We are very happy with him.
“We have an agreement that he will stay for two months (but) everything is possible. We will see.”