Eidur Gudjohnsen hopes to secure a permanent move to Tottenham once his loan spell expires.
The Icelandic international has impressed at White Hart Lane since his arrival on loan from Monaco during the January transfer window.
Gudjohnsen has played a key role in Tottenham's push to finish in fourth spot and the former Chelsea man would relish staying with Harry Redknapp's men.
"It was like a breath of fresh air coming here," Gudjohnsen told the Daily Star.
"I'm already tempted to stay if the option is there, it's something we have to sit down and talk about at the end of the season."
Spurs are currently in fourth place, but Gudjohnsen admits their clash with Manchester City next month could decide who finishes in the coveted UEFA Champions League spot.
"We have to go to City still, it's a massive game and potentially a final for the fourth place," added Gudjohnsen.
The 31-year-old has explained his reasons for snubbing West Ham at the last minute to make the move to Tottenham, saying he wanted to be playing for a side challenging at the top end of the table rather than one battling to avoid relegation.
"It was either joining a team fighting for a Champions League place or a team fighting not to be relegated," noted Gudjohnsen.
"Gianfranco wanted me at West Ham and was disappointed. The fact he was disappointed must mean he liked me as a player.
"I'm sure during his career Gianfranco probably left people a bit disappointed himself."