Lyle Taylor is keen to extend his loan stay with Hereford having signed off his initial month-long deal with Saturday's winner at Morecambe.
The forward bagged his second goal in three games midway through the first half at the Globe Arena to give Richard O'Kelly his first win as Bulls boss.
It was the last game of Taylor's loan spell from League One Bournemouth but Hereford are keen to strike an extension this week, and Taylor himself is eager to remain and support Hereford's battle to avoid relegation from the Football League.
"I haven't sat down with the chairman and the manager and the powers that be to see what's going to happen yet but I'm hopeful that I can extend it because I'm enjoying playing football," Taylor told Bulls Player. "We'll see what happens.
"I'd like to stay. I'm enjoying myself here, I'm playing week in, week out so it's good for me."