Dak Prescott may as well be playing Tina Turner's "Don't Rush the Good Things" on a loop while negotiating his new contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

"I want to be a Cowboy forever," the quarterback told reportersWednesday. "I think the people doing the deal feel the same way, so to me it's no rush. I know it will get done."

Prescott is entering the final year on his four-year rookie contract, and he has every reason to believe that the franchise wants to lock him in long-term, as Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has reiterated his commitment to his 2016 fourth-round pick countless times publicly.

"When I say man, he's our future," Jones said in November, per Clarence Hill Jr. of the Star-Telegram (h/t SportsDay). "I don't know how we could ask for more, to have this opportunity for him to progress the way he has. If someone walked in here right now and looked like they were going to get the No. 1 pick in the draft and said we'll give you two picks for Dak, I wouldn't even consider it. No."