Raymond Felton has been much better than expected during his first two months with the Knicks and he would like to remain with the franchise after his two-year contract expires in 2012.
"I think now, I've found my home. I've found it. I'd love to spend the rest of my career in New York,'' Felton told FanHouse. "When this contract ends, hopefully we'll work out another one."
Felton is averaging 18.2 points and nine assists per game for the Knicks.
"I always felt I was among the best (point guards), but now I'm getting the chance to show in different ways, from assists to defending, on the big stage, getting the exposure, showing everyone what I'm capable of,'' Felton said. "Did I know it would happen like this? No. Did I hope it would? Yes. It's been great so far, and I'm having a lot of fun.''
Felton was held back in some regard during his tenure with the Bobcats.
"I'm not going to say anything bad about Charlotte, but it was a different type of offense. This kind of fits me a little better. And winning makes everything good,'' he said. "I knew what I was getting into here, and I liked what I saw. It's been more fun than I even thought.''