Roberts has been on loan at Sunderland since January and his contract with parent club Manchester City will finally expire at the end of the season.
There are calls for Sunderland to sign the winger on a permanent deal if they manage to get promoted to the Championship following the League One playoff final.
The player himself admitted that a decision has not been made over his future but he is happy at Sunderland and is enjoying being part of something potentially big at the Stadium of Light.
He told The Athletic: “This summer, I don’t know what’s going to happen but right now I’m at the club and I’m enjoying it.
“I hope it may continue. I want to be part of something.”
Following years of being moved from one club to another on loan every year, the winger is looking forward to being somewhere he finally feels settled in his career.
He is enjoying being at Sunderland and stressed the importance of being appreciated at a club.
“I’m from London, my family are from Liverpool.
“I’ve played in Manchester, in Glasgow, in France, in Spain, all over, but I’ve never been really settled. I’ve always wanted that.
“At the moment it’s about getting settled somewhere, somewhere you’re appreciated.
“To get the opportunity here, I’ve grabbed it with both hands and I’m enjoying it.”