Anthony Williams has conceded he is keen to end his time at Carlisle and join Wrexham on a permanent deal.
The Welsh keeper has impressed in League Two since his loan move to The Racecourse Ground in March, keeping four clean sheets in six games.
Now Williams admits he does not see a future for himself with The Cumbrians, and is looking to join Wrexham on a long-term basis.
"I'm out of contract in the summer and I won't be staying at Carlisle," said Williams.
"I want to do a job at Wrexham and hopefully stay there longer."