With a team that could have up to 17 returning starters, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he wants to return next season, according to a report from KStateonline.com.

The 78-year-old coach has a record of 209-110-1 in 26 years of coaching, all with the Wildcats.

After undergoing treatment for throat cancer last offseason, Snyder came back and had a team that was picked to be a contender in the Big 12. They didn't start well, but finished with four wins in their last five games, are 7-5, and will meet UCLA in the Cactus Bowl on Dec. 26.