Tottenham defender Chris Gunter has admitted he would be willing to go out on loan again next season.
The 19-year-old spent the final three months of the 2008/9 campaign with Nottingham Forest and could be sent out again.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp may not be able to offer Gunter regular first-team action at White Hart Lane over the next 12 months and the youngster is keen to get more games under his belt.
Gunter explained: "I have been told that the manager does not want to sell me and another loan move would be good for me.
"If that is what happens it would be fine by me. I have had two managers already at Spurs with different ideas and coaching methods.
"But never in my career have I had a run of 20 or more games on the spin, or even played a 50-game season.
"So I need to go out on loan to learn my trade, how to play a consistent amount of games. It worked well for me at Nottingham Forest and if someone said I was going back there for a season I would be happy with that."
It was understood last month that Forest had opened talks with Spurs about bringing Gunter back to the City Ground.
And the right-back admits he enjoyed his time with the Championship club immensely.
He added: "The setup was impressive, Forest are a big club with crowds of 26,000 most weeks. The manager there (Billy Davies) was good and I really enjoyed playing there.
"Everyone knows they used to be a big club, but I discovered that they still are. In my second away game with them, they took 6,000 fans to Barnsley and that doesn't happen in the Championship.
"It is all there for them to go as high as they want. And they gave me a good spell to progress from.
"I still have two years left at Spurs, the manager has not said I have a future or not because you have to prove that to him and I intend to do so.
"But I need to know definitely soon where I will be next season and then concentrate on giving my best to whoever I join and see where we go from there."