The centre-back, 34, made the loan move from Millwall in August and has barely missed a match since as Paolo Di Canio’s side have adapted well to npower League One football.
Ward told the Swindon Advertiser: “It is up to the manager, but I am very happy here and I am pleased with how things have been going, although it is the club’s decision.
“All I have been doing is playing and enjoying it, and hopefully that can continue and I can carry on contributing to where the club wants to go.
“It would be very interesting and something I would be keen on, but it is still a little way away and hopefully we can continue to do well.”
Rangers centre-back Russell Martin will miss Scotland's friendlies against Costa Rica and Hungary through injury.
Jonathan Walters is ready to continue his Republic of Ireland career when he returns to full fitness, according to Martin O'Neill.