AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown insists that he has a tough decision to make regarding the future of loanee Gavin Hoyte.
The Arsenal youngster has featured just twice for the Dons since joining on an initial one-month loan in January.
The 21-year-old recently expressed his desire to extend his stay with the League Two outfit, but Brown concedes that the pacey full-back may no longer be required following the return of several injured players in recent weeks.
"I'm not too sure with Gavin really because we initially brought him in after a few knocks started creeping in to the squad, but they've cleared up now," Brown told Sky Sports.
"There are two agendas for us this season, with the first one being safety and then after that it is all about building for next year.
"I'm aware that when you are building for next season you don't want too many loans, so we'll have to have another look at that when his loan ends.
"He is an Arsenal boy, but we've also got one from West Ham, Charlton and Sunderland and if they aren't going to be figuring in our plans for next year then there isn't much point in them being here.
"However, that is only the case once we've secured our safety because that is top priority at the moment before we can even think about 2012/13."