Zoran Tosic has expressed a wish to stay at Cologne at the end of his loan spell from Manchester United.
Serbian winger Tosic joined Cologne in January and he has impressed for the Bundesliga club in recent weeks, scoring both goals in last Friday's win over Bochum.
He is enjoying his chance to play regularly in Germany after struggling to make an impact for United since his 2009 arrival from Partizan Belgrade.
Reports claim the Red Devils would want £4.5million to agree to a permanent transfer and Tosic is waiting to see what the future holds.
"I would like to stay at the club," Tosic told kicker-Sportmagazin.
"The most important thing for any player is regular first-team football and I like Cologne, but I know any decision on my future will only be made in the summer."
During his time at Old Trafford, Tosic has made just five substitute appearances and he had not featured in the Premier League this season prior to his move to Cologne.