Jennison Myrie-Williams is enjoying his loan spell at Port Vale and is waiting to see if Stevenage will agree to an extension.
The winger has scored once in three appearances for Vale since joining last month after struggling to make an impact at Stevenage following his summer move from St Johnstone.
The 23-year-old has featured just five times for Stevenage and is happy to have the opportunity to play first-team football with League Two side Vale.
"I'm not sure about my future at the moment," Myrie-Williams told The Sentinel. "I'm here until January 3 and after that we will have to wait and see what happens.
"I'm a Stevenage player on loan at Port Vale and I don't know what is possible when my loan deal runs out. But I can say that I'm loving it here.
"I'm a confident player and I needed the platform to show what I can do. I'm glad I have had the opportunity.
"It's a really good team here. There is a great manager and we play good football. I'm happy that I've been able to have my hand in a few goals."