Wolverhampton Wanderers loan man Jeremie Aliadiere has just two key dates left to worry about this season.

The Frenchmann will end his three-month stay with Wolves at Carrow Road on Sunday when he tries to sign off with a goal in the season's final game against Norwich City. But the on-loan Arsenal man can be forgiven for already having one eye on next month's Champions League final, back in Aliadiere's home country.

After watching his parent club book their place thanks to Jens Lehmann's last-gasp penalty save against Villar-real in Spain on Tuesday night, the French striker confirmed that he is already planning his trip to Paris for the final.

"I will definitely be there," he said. "I watched the game and I was very disappointed when Villarreal were given the last-minute penalty.

"I didn't think it was a penalty anyway but that happens in football sometimes, Jens made a great save and put the team through."

First comes the chance for Aliadiere to say farewell to Wolves in East Anglia. And, although the France Under-21 international promises to stay in touch, it does not look like a case of simply being only 'au revoir'.

"Before, I didn't really pay that much attention to what was happening in the Championship," said Aliadiere. "But now I shall make sure I follow the team's fortunes. I will be keeping in touch with a few of the lads here and next year I'll be looking to see how the club is doing."

Aliadiere has scored just twice in 11 starts in old gold, a big disappointment considering his tally merely matches the two he got in one night for Arsenal against Wolves when the Molineux side first encountered him in the League Cup at Highbury two seasons ago.

At least, after two previous disappointing loan spells this season at Celtic and West Ham United, the 23-year-old Frenchman has enjoyed an extended spell of first-team football for the first time in his career.

While his strike rate has not quite matched his promise, he has hinted on occasions that he might yet have the talent to glitter in the Premiership.

"I have really enjoyed it," he said. "I have played every game and so I am very happy.

"I feel very fit and sharp and I am ready to go back to Arsenal and work hard over the summer to hopefully get a chance to play for them."

He also insists that Wolves are more than capable of improving on this season's frustrating campaign by winning promotion.

"There are some really good players here and I think the club can go on to do well. From what I have seen, the club has everything here and perhaps we should have been in the race to be promoted this season. It didn't happen, unfortunately, but the potential is there for next season."