The German midfielder says that he wants to retire at Real Madrid after signing a new contract with them.

The 26 year old move to the Spanish capital at 2014 form Bayern Munich for a fee of 27m,after rejecting a new contract offer form the Bundesliga Champions and helped the Los Blancos to win the champions league  last season.

In Wednesday the world cup winner midfielder Toni Kross has signed a new deal with the Real Madrid up to 2020,and under the Frenchman they are now targeting for the La Liga title, he also told that he could no seeing himself playing for different clubs before he calls of his time on his carrier.

"My plan is to retire here," he said. "I don't sign contracts on a whim. It's a six-year deal and I'm committed to playing each of those six years here.

"I'll be 32 when it finishes and it's a great opportunity to finish my career here. I can't see myself playing as a 36-year-old.

"I want to win the league here. It's important to us. At Real Madrid you have to win everything. I've won the Champions League but I want the league. Sometimes we lack consistency and that's perhaps why we haven't won it.

"I'm very happy. Since my first day here I've really felt welcome here. The love from the fans has been very special too. It's also really nice that they value me so much that they announced the deal on a national holiday."
After a good start at the season under the Frenchman the Los Blancos side their last four games in all compitions, before the international break.

That has irresistible raised question and detraction about their manager Zinedine Zidane.

"I don't read the papers much and I don't know what's been said, but Zidane is invaluable for the club," he said.

"We've drawn a lot of games, which isn't good, and we deserve criticism. But there have been games that we've drawn that we deserved to win. It's important that we keep playing as a team.

 Real Madrid will play their next match against Real Betis on Saturday night,.