Inverness boss Terry Butcher is hoping he can convince Wolves to let him extend David Davis' loan spell past the turn of the year.
The midfielder headed to Scotland in August on a four-month deal and has settled quickly into SPL life.
Butcher is now keen to keep the 20-year-old, but appreciates that Wolves boss Mick McCarthy may want to draft the youngster back into his plans at Molineux.
"Wolves are doing well just now, but it might be the case that they need to take him back to bolster their squad," he told the North Star.
"If that's the case, then so be it.
"We're just happy to have him just now, but we'll speak to Wolves next month about David and we'll see where it takes us.
"His girlfriend comes up to visit him regularly and he loves the city, while he's also getting the opportunity of regular first team football, so he's enjoying it, but it's ultimately up to Wolves.
"You forget sometimes that he's only 20 years old as he's got a mature head on young shoulders and he's a lovely guy.
"He's got great ability and energy, although sometimes he feels he's doing the right thing you still need to give him a bit of a gee up because you know he can do more.
"However, he's a very wholehearted player and someone who has a very bright future in front of him."