On-loan midfielder Ben Watson would be keen to stay at West Bromwich Albion if the club clinch promotion to the Premier League.
Watson has scored once in five appearances since joining from Wigan Athletic and is due to stay at The Hawthorns for the rest of the season.
Having not made a top-flight appearance for Wigan this term, Watson is hoping he is not recalled to the DW Stadium by Latics manager Roberto Martinez.
The former Crystal Palace ace is enjoying his time with the Baggies and is determined to play his part in helping the club return to the top tier.
"They can call me back, but I hope they don't," said Watson.
"I've had no contact with Wigan since I've been here, but they got a good result at the weekend which might see them safe.
"Hopefully I'll be here until the season of the season. I'm with a team flying at the top of the league and I want to be in that promotion push.
"We probably have the best squad in the Championship and have been in the top three all season.
"The Premier League is another step up, but I don't see why this team can't cut it there. And if West Brom get promoted, it would be nice to stay on here."