Blackpool striker Lomana LuaLua says he would welcome a long-term deal at Bloomfield Road if it was offered.
The 30-year-old is contracted with the Tangerines until the summer and has made five appearances for the Championship club since joining in September.
But the frontman is open to becoming a more permanent fixture should the opportunity arise.
LuaLua told the Blackpool Gazette: "I am contracted until the end of the season and that is all I am concentrating on. If I impress people and the club want to offer me a new deal, then great, why not?
"I am very happy here and really enjoying my football. But my long-term future isn't something I am thinking about too much.
"I just want to concentrate on trying to get Blackpool to the Premier League."
LuaLua is confident the Seasiders can bounce straight back into the top flight following their relegation at the end of last season.
"Everyone inside the dressing room wants that but the main question is, 'Can we do it?' I think we can," he added.
"I know some Blackpool fans probably thought they'd only have one season in the Premier League and might never get back, but the players feel we can do it.
"I have already seen how many good footballers there are in the dressing room and we have a manager who knows how to get a club promoted to the top flight.
"We've got some important games coming up, starting with a tough test at Southampton, but there is no reason why we can't keep doing what we are doing. We are seventh and in a good position, but we need more consistency if we're going to get into the top places and stay there.
"That is what we are all striving for. I hope we can do it because I want to be part of history here. I want to achieve things and help change this club for the better."