Kyle Lowry will be a free agent this offseason and was recently asked if he wants to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors.
"When the time comes, then I will worry about it," said Lowry. "It definitely will be an option. It's definitely home. I have been given the keys to it, [and it's where] I have been most successful. When that time comes, I'll think about it, but for now I just want to keep winning and try to get to that next level and take it game by game and day by day."
The Raptors traded for Lowry in 2012 from the Houston Rockets and re-signed him in 2014.
Lowry figures to receive a much more lucrative contract in free agency this time than the four-year, $48 million deal he signed in 2014.
Lowry had to wait until his fifth season to become a full-time starter.
"I feel like the last couple of years, everything has been happening the right way mostly because I have done everything that I was supposed to be doing. Just be a professional, go out there and work every single night and be me and have fun and just provide. Have fun, be with your teammates and your family and not worry about anything but having fun and winning games. At this time of the year, at this point in my life, it is about continuing to try to grow as much as possible and winning. Winning at the highest level. Winning a ring would be the ultimate goal, the ultimate feel-good."