Marton Fulop, the Hungary international goalkeeper, wants to remain on loan with Coventry City until the end of the season.
The Tottenham Hotspur player moved to the Ricoh Arena in October and has missed only one match since making his Coventry debut at home to Luton Town.
Fulop, aged 22, is enjoying his time with Coventry so much that he is not looking beyond his spell with the club. Tottenham, it seems, can wait.
Fulop's loan spell is due to expire at the end of this month. And, with only Clayton Ince and Jonathan Tuffey as City's only alternatives, an extension to keep Fulop with Coventry seems to suit all parties.
He said: "I'm really enjoying it and I think my loan ends at the end of this month but I hope the two clubs can agree on an extension.
"I'm really enjoying my spell here, they are very nice people here at the club, very good supporters, and everything is fine. I really like working with the players and the staff."
Fulop performed well during the 2-0 defeat away to Reading last Saturday but the match at home to Derby County on Saturday provides the players with an opportunity to bounce back.
Relegation fears have eased in recent weeks.
"There was disappointment in the dressing room [after the Reading match] but everybody is focusing on the Derby game when we really need to win," Fulop said.
"I think if we play like we did against Wolverhampton Wanderers we can get a good result."