Sam Vokes is enjoying his time on loan at Brighton & Hove Albion from Wolves and admits his long-term future is on his mind.
The Wales international has largely been restricted to substitute appearances since joining Wolves in 2008 and has previously been out on loan at five different clubs.
He is now taking in a sixth loan spell away from Molineux with Brighton and has scored three goals in 11 Championship appearances.
The 22-year-old is keen to help the Seagulls push for promotion to the Premier League and appears to be keeping an open mind regarding a possible permanent deal at the AMEX Stadium.
"To play games and score goals is so important for me," Vokes told the club's official website. "If I can do that for the remainder of the season and hopefully help this club get promoted and I'll be happy and we'll have to see what happens.
"I've been about at a few clubs throughout the last few seasons but I like it down here. There is a good feeling about the club and I've settled in well with all of the lads.
"It's a great club to be at and, of course, my future is on my mind, but I can't say too much, so I'll have to see what happens.
"I've not had much contact with Wolves recently but I keep an eye on what they are doing and I like to think they are looking out at how I'm getting on.
"You get frustrated living out of a suitcase but Brighton is a great club to be at and is heading in the right direction."