Wolves midfielder Adlene Guedioura admits he is not yet certain of securing a permanent deal at the club.
The 24-year-old is on loan at Molineux from Belgian side RSC Charleroi and has made 12 appearances in the Premier League this season.
The French-Algerian has agreed to commit to the club on a three-year-deal but manager Mick McCarthy has not yet formally offered him the contract.
He said in the Express & Star: "I enjoy the Premier League and I'm enjoying the experience here. But I'm on loan and I must wait to see what happens.
"I've still got to work extremely hard to make sure I'm here next season on a permanent basis.
"I'm giving my very best at all times to be the best I can and I hope that will be enough. I feel I can play at this level and I'm completely focused on my football at the moment.
"But I've just got to keep concentrating on my football, continue to work hard and see where that gets me.
"It's one of the best leagues in the world, so it's only right that I'm enjoying it playing against some very good teams and very good players.
"But it's also right that I have to work very hard for my chance and stay focused.
"I'm not arrogant and I won't talk about my play, but I like playing here and I'm happy here."
Wolves are all-but-certain to avoid relegation from the top-flight this term and Guedioura says they deserve to stay up.
"I think we deserve to stay in the Premier League, because we've shown we're a strong team," he added.
"I certainly hope so, but we still have three games left and we must stay focused for those because we're not safe yet. We cannot relax because if we do, we will lose our focus.
"We need to concentrate on what we need to do over the last three matches."