Jeremy Helan has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that he is determined to remain in Kenny Jackett’s first-team for the remainder of the campaign.
Helan had been taken out of Wolves’ team prior to their last match against Hull, but he came back into the starting line-up at the KC Stadium and impressed.
Helan set-up Dave Edwards’ goal against the Tigers, and although he was unable to stop Wolves falling to a 2-1 defeat his performance still caught the eye.
The 23-year-old is now hoping that Jackett keeps faith in him, as Wolves’ season draws towards an end.
“For me, I want to be as positive as I can over these next three games,” Helan said.
“I want to keep doing the same thing and finish the season on a high. As a player, I think you should always be looking higher and looking to help the team and develop.
“I want to play like that every game, and also provide goals and assists. I want to be part of a team which shows togetherness and gets results.
“I didn’t play the last two games before Hull and was then back in. I came here to play and wanted to show what I can do.
“I think I can give something to the team which is what I tried to do and that is what I will try to do over the next few games. I want to be part of a winning team and one which competes against other teams.”
Helan only joined Wolves in January on loan from Sheffield Wednesday, and he has shown glimpses of his quality.
The powerful wide man has played seven times for Wolves, and during that time the Midlands club have only lost twice.
Whether Helan remains at Molineux next season, remains to be seen - as he is due to return to Wednesday at the end of the term.
The Frenchman has struggled for appearances with the Owls this season, but Carlos Carvalhal has previously suggested that he does have a future at Hillsborough.
Helen's next chance to impress for Wolves could come against Leeds United later this evening.