Columbian attacker, James Rodriguez says he will prefer to continue his football career at the Allianz Arena rather than move back to his parent club, Real Madrid at the end of his two-year loan.

Rodriquez, who caught the attention of the football world with his tantalizing display at the 2010 World cup in South Africa has scored twice and provided three assists in 12 league games for Bayern Munich this season.

With his current deal, it is expected that he will return to Real by 2019, but James has revealed that he might be staying longer in Germany

Rodriquez while speaking with Sport 1 said “At Bayern Munich, it’s great. For that reason, I can see myself playing here for many years more,”

“Bayern Munich are at the same level as Real Madrid, a club of the highest quality. They always fight for titles and are used to securing them. I really like Munich. It’s a bit cold, but I’m adapting well. This is a new life for me and Munich is a fantastic city.”

After failing to secure a place in Zinedine Zidane’s first eleven, he decided to leave Real Madrid last summer.