Lee Collins admits he would be keen to extend his loan spell at Port Vale from Wolves.
The defender has joined Vale on a six-month loan and has started all three of the club's opening games of the season.
He is enjoying the chance to play first-team football with Lee Sinnott's side, having undertaken a loan stint at Hereford United last term.
The 19-year-old concedes that, if he continues to feature in Sinnott's starting XI, then he will be eager to stay at Vale Park.
"If I am doing well here then I may as well carry on playing first-team football and extend my loan because I am happy here so far - and I have only been here two weeks," Collins, who has yet to make his debut for Wolves, told the club's official website.
"I am here to play games. He (Mick McCarthy) sent me out because he wants me to play games. He doesn't want me playing in the reserves week in, week out because it's not really going to get me that far.
"Playing first-team football is what it's all about. The passion is there and I can take that back to Wolves and hopefully they will notice I have improved."