Matthew Stafford wants “fair-market value” in his next contract, but the Lions quarterback said he’s not looking to become the NFL’s highest-paid player when his new long-term deal is finalized.

“I want talent around me, frankly,” Stafford said after Day 2 of the Lions’ off-season program today. “There’s opportunities. Everywhere in the league you see guys breaking records with how much they’re making and all that kind of stuff, and honestly, you want fair market value.

“I don’t really care about breaking records too much. I want to break records on the field. I want to win games, I want to have as many good players around me as I possibly can.”

The Lions and Stafford recently started negotiations on a contract extension that will keep the 25-year-old in Detroit for the foreseeable future and probably pay him more than $100 million.

He has two years left on the rookie deal he signed as the No. 1 pick in the 2009 draft, but both seasons come with oppressive salary-cap figures.

Stafford, who’s thrown for more than 10,000 yards the last two seasons combined, is set to count $20.8 million against the cap this year and $19.3 million against the cap in 2014.

If he plays out his deal – the 2015 year voids two days after the 2014 Super Bowl – the Lions would have to guarantee him 120% of his 2014 cap number ($23.2 million) or risk losing him to free agency.

“I would love to be” in Detroit long term, Stafford said. “Obviously, I love being here, I love this team, and would love to bring a winner here. That’s my No. 1 focus this whole offseason was trying to do everything I could to help us win and the contract stuff will take care of itself. I’m really not too involved with it. If something gets done then something gets done, and we’ll figure it out from there. I’m just working to get ready for the season.”