Manchester United keeper David de Gea has been at the club since 2011 and he doesn't have any plans on leaving anytime soon.

Ahead of a Last 16 Champions League tie with his former club Atletico Madrid, the Spaniard got brutally honest on his future at Old Trafford, with his current deal running out in 2023.

Via Sky Sports:

“I like the fact I was born in Madrid, but at the end of the day, it's just a city,” said De Gea, whose Manchester United contract includes a one-year extension clause.

“Now I feel as if I'm from Manchester; I just feel like anyone else from Manchester. Where you are loved and welcomed is your home.

“I've been here for many years and, obviously, anything can happen in life, in the world of football, but honestly I don't see myself away from Manchester United.”

de Gea has gone on to make 473 appearances for the Red Devils across the last 11 years and usually serves as the first-string keeper. He did face some competition from Dean Henderson last term, but the Spanish international is now comfortably in the driver's seat again after an impressive campaign.

Manchester United is shaky defensively at times, which means de Gea has had to be at his absolute best. He's made a Premier League best 92 saves this season and kept his side well in the running for the top four. The 31-year-old will now be looking to help United progress past Atletico in Europe's most prized competition.