On-loan striker James Spencer has spoken of his desire to stay at Cheltenham until the end of the season.
Teenage forward Spencer, whose loan spell from Huddersfield expires on January 2, has netted six times for the Robins since arriving in the summer.
While the ultimate decision on the frontman's immediate future lies in the hands of his parent club, Spencer hopes he can gain first-team experience wherever he plays his football in the second half of the current campaign.
"I haven't spoken to Huddersfield yet about it but I've spoken to my agent. It's down to the club in the end but I haven't spoken to them at the moment," he said.
"I'd like to be playing first-team football and if Huddersfield were going to be playing me then they're fighting for promotion from League One so it would be good to be involved.
"If not then I would like to sign here for another six months."