The Spaniard is currently in his fourth A-League season after being signed by former United coach Josep Gombau in 2013.

Isaias’s contract expires at the end of this season and is leaving all discussions to his manager in order to focus on the club’s poor season to date.

He was also linked to a move to Melbourne City in January last week.

“I would like to stay here, I feel like I’m home now, I feel this is my club. You never know but hopefully I’ll stay here for a lot more years,” Isaias said.

“This is something my agent manages, I’d like to focus on my game because… (if) you start thinking of contracts and these situations, I think the best I can do think of the next game and this is the most important.

“I’m not worried (about renewing), I’m worried about the next game because we’re not winning.”

Adelaide lock horns with high-flying Sydney FC on Boxing Day at home where the Reds will be spending Christmas day training in 33C heat.

Isaias was taking confidence out of the meeting between the two teams where the Reds travelled to Allianz Stadium and came away with a goalless draw.

He believed the Reds could have won the game and felt three points was realistic on Monday.

“It will be a difficult game, we know we’re in a bad situation, but the way to turn this situation is to work every day, work hard and hopefully we will turn it around,” he said.

“It’s difficult when you try, work hard and do your best and sometimes you don’t get the result and it’s difficult.

“(But) it’s the only way we can do it, work hard and try keep believing because one day we’ll arrive.

“In the a-league every game is difficult, every team can beat each other so I think we’ll have good chances to beat Sydney.

“I believe in my team, my teammates, our style, our fans and hopefully we can get the win. It’ll be difficult but we can do it.”