Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa has confirmed he would be prepared to extend his contract at Fir Park beyond the end of the season.
Ojamaa recently joined the SPL club on a short-term arrangement and the Estonian scored twice in Saturday's 3-2 victory over St Johnstone.
Well boss Stuart McCall is eager to keep the 20-year-old for the long term and Ojamaa admits he is enjoying life in Scottish football.
"We have taken seven points from a possible nine, so it has been a good week for everyone, not just myself," said Ojamaa.
"I am really happy here and with how things have gone so far - I don't see any reason why I wouldn't stay here.
"I think Motherwell could be a good place for me to settle as the older players and the manager will help me improve and develop as a player.
"The tempo is good and the players are in very good shape, that's the kind of football I like and I am enjoying it.
"Of course it would be great to add scoring goals on a regular basis to my game but I am still going to work hard on creating chances for others, I am not the type of player who only scores goals.
"Every game I go out and try to do well for the team and I think it is a combination of how the team plays and the other players helping me that has helped me show the best side of my game."