Roman Bednar has refused to rule out a permanent move to Blackpool after joining on loan from West Brom.
The Czech Republic international joined Blackpool on loan until the end of the season during the January transfer window after finding his first-team chances limited at West Brom.
Bednar, who made his debut in Tuesday's win over Coventry, admits he would consider a move to Blackpool on a full-time basis.
"As they wanted me for a long time and the manager in particular was interested in signing me I decided on Blackpool immediately," Bednar told CTK.
"They have welcomed me superbly and I feel great here.
"So far I'm signed until the end of this season and I'd like to help Blackpool into the play-offs in the worst case. Then we'll see.
Bednar has been reunited with former West Brom team-mate Kevin Phillips at Bloomfield Road and he is happy to be back alongside his old strike partner.
Bednar and Phillips enjoyed a fruitful strike partnership during their time together at West Brom, and the duo played a key role in Blackpool's 2-1 victory over Coventry on Tuesday.
"It always seems to work with Kevin," added Bednar.
"I know exactly what I'm doing and I know exactly what he's doing every time.
"He looks like he's going to go in front of the defender and then he checks back and I just know what he's going to do - I don't know it just always works with him."