Klay Thompson doubled down on his desire to stay with the Golden State Warriors on Monday’s Media Day and he did so once again after a couple days of training camp under his belt, hoping to make the most of his teammates, who like him are also entering or already in the prime of their careers.

“It’s awesome,” Klay Thompson said after Thursday’s practice, according to ESPN’s Nick Friedell. “Makes you want to win now, though, that’s for sure. Makes you want to make the most of it. I think we have in the last two years.”

“It’s crazy because we are back-to-back champs, but at the same time I feel like we’re all relatively young and we can still get to another level and keep winning. Not just this year, but years beyond. Not a lot of guys can do that with their team. So I love coming to work every day because I realize this is a special group and a special time to be a Warrior.”

The Warriors surprisingly have aligned a wider window of opportunity than other dynasties in the history of the league, with their players all starting this run in their mid-20s instead of their early 30s as most others have — a factor that will keep Thompson riding this hot streak as long as he possibly can.

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“Yeah, definitely,” Thompson said. “I think it would be stupid not to be. It’s hard to walk away from something — you were here when it started and yeah, you just want to stay on the train as long as you can.”

Despite rumors of the All-Star shooting guard being one of the Los Angeles Lakers’ main targets next offseason, Thompson has never backed down from his commitment to Golden State, not even once — making it rather tough to believe he will turn down a reasonable offer to remain with this superstar core.