Former England  captain David Beckham  is reportedly looking at the possibility of playing another season at French football club Paris Saint Germain  following preliminary talks on a new deal.
Beckham, who arrived in Paris from Los Angeles Galaxy in January, has made such an impact, that the club's rich owners along with boss Carlo Ancelotti have indicated they want the midfielder to stay for another season, The Sun reports.
Speaking about his future at the club, Beckham said that he has spoken with the owners and Ancelotti, who are happy with his performance at the club, and added that he is also happy playing at PSG.
However, the former Manchester United ace refused to make a final decision until the summer, saying that he is not getting any younger and so will enjoy the rest of the season and then sit down for a final agreement.
Beckham further said that he does not want to be treated differently despite his age, adding that he works as hard as any other player in the club and also trains every day like them.
The former Manchester United ace started for the third time for PSG in Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals, while he is set to become the first Englishman in history to win titles in four different countries, the report added. (ANI )