Tom Ince has hinted that his loan deal at Nottingham Forest could be extended if all goes well.
Ince has originally signed on at the City Ground until the end of December, but the winger, who joined from Hull City, says that he would be open to staying for longer should things go well for him.
“If, after the two months, I’ve had a great loan spell and both parties are enjoying it then there’s definitely not a dead end," he said to Forest's official site.
The 22-year-old has been brought in at Forest to give them the quality needed to stop their current poor run of form.
The Reds have not won in their last eight games in all competitions and the hope is that Ince's addition can help them climb back into the top-two spots.
At the moment Stuart Pearce's side are only four points off the automatic places, and they have already proven that they have enough quality to mount a promotion challenge.
Ince adds creativity to an impressive attacking unit and he should thrive back at a level which he is familiar with. He has already torn defences apart on the second-tier when playing with Blackpool and, although things have not worked out for him since a move to the Premier League, he is an unquestionable talent.
The England youth international will now be looking to get back to his best, and he says that he is aiming to give Forest another attacking dimension.
"I try to get people off their seats and be excited by what I do, but primarily I want to work hard for this team and do my job," he explained. "If I can score and create goals as well that’s always a bonus. To come in and be a part of this squad, with the firepower and talent it’s got, is very exciting for me.”