It has been a season of disappointment for the Suns, but two-time MVP point guard Steve Nash still wants remain in Phoenix.
"I still want to make it work in Phoenix," Nash told the Arizona Republic.
He is entering the final year of his contract, a team option worth $13.125 million, and could discuss an extension with general manager Steve Kerr.
"My first priority is to sit down and listen to Steve and (Suns Managing Partner) Robert (Sarver) and hear what their wish is and what their plan is for the team," Nash said. "I can be a part of us revamping here.
"I'm under the impression they want to talk an extension, and I do, too. Hopefully we can find ourselves in a position where we can revamp and be back in the playoffs and hopefully be a contender. Hopefully I'll be a part of the plan."