MADRID: Superstar Andres Iniesta expressed his desire to retire at Barcelona, reported Marca.
"Finishing here (at Barca) would be really special. That's what I would love to do. It's my dream, " said the Spain international.
"We're not talking (about renewal) at the moment, but I don't think it will be very hard to come to an understanding. When the club want you there and you want to be there, there's not much else to talk about."
Iniesta, who arrived at La Masia at the age of 12 and is under contract with Barca until 2015, fell in line with other players such as Carles Puyol, Xavi and Lionel Messi, who recently renewed their contracts with the intention of retiring at the club.
Iniesta made it clear that hanging up his boots at Barça will depend on the level of football he is capable of producing over the coming years: "How far I get will depend on my performance."
The Fuentealbilla-born player also talked about Sunday's Primera Liga game against Espanyol.
"Derbies are different. You can't switch off for a second, because there is a lot of tension and intensity," warned Iniesta.
However, he is hoping the clash will provide "another present" for his daughter Valeria on the Spanish festival of Epiphany, in the form of a Barca victory.