Onel Hernandez wants to extend his stay at Norwich City as he enters the final six months of his current contract. 

The Cuban winger is one of eight City first-teamers who are not contracted beyond the summer - a group that includes Kieran Dowell and Teemu Pukki, who David Wagner confirmed was mulling over an offer to remain at Carrow Road.

Hernandez, who has spent five years at Norwich and made over 100 appearances for the club since signing from Eintracht Braunschweig, hasn't opened talks over extending his stay at the club but has made little secret of his desire to remain in Norfolk. 

“100 per cent,” he added when asked if he wanted to stay. “I have always said I want to be like Alex Tettey. One of those guys. A few years ago when we played together, he was already 34 or something. He loved the club and I enjoyed that.

“We have in the training ground a wall where all the players are that have played for the longest here. I’ve always said I want to be there but maybe I’ll have to write myself on there. We will see.”

Hernandez netted Norwich's second goal in their 4-2 victory over Coventry on Saturday, with the 29-year-old starting for only the sixth time since returning to Norwich in the summer after loan spells away from the club. 

Wagner has started the winger in all three of his matches in charge of the Canaries. 

Despite the uncertainty surrounding his future, Hernandez is committed to giving everything to help Norwich's push for promotion in the remaining games of the season. 

The Pink Un: Onel Hernandez has started all three games under David Wagner.Onel Hernandez has started all three games under David Wagner. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Limited)

“At the moment, I don’t think about the end of the season,” Hernandez said post-match. “I just think about here, right now. I try to give everything I can. I try to work on myself. Give everything to the club. To just have a good end of the season.

“There are a lot of people that ask about what will happen and what I’m doing, and if someone is calling, I don’t care. I’m just enjoying the moment. I’m enjoying playing again.

"We never know what will happen tomorrow, so why think about that rather than enjoying today?”