Bradley Wright-Phillips believes his brother Shaun would welcome a return to Manchester City.
Shaun Wright-Phillips was one of the most high profile transfers of last summer when swapping Eastlands for Chelsea in a £21 million deal.
The move was supposed to propel the winger to stardom, but it has turned sour and the youngster's woes were increased when he was left out of Sven Goran Eriksson's England squad for the World Cup finals.
Bradley Wright-Phillips (pictured) has emerged on the scene in Manchester this term and he would be delighted to take the field with his sibling.
"I'd love to see my brother back at City, at the very least on loan," Bradley Wright-Phillips told the Manchester Evening News.
"I try to persuade him all the time. I try to get him in the office to sign him up.
"I'm sure he'd like to come back but it's not up to him."