Dexter Blackstock has refused to rule out the possibility of making his loan deal at Nottingham Forest into something more permanent.
The 22-year-old joined the Reds from Queens Park Rangers in March and has played a vital role in the club's battle to avoid dropping out of the Championship.
He has helped to secure four precious points for Billy Davies' men, with the two goals he has scored so far coming in a 3-2 victory over Bristol City and a 1-1 draw with Blackpool.
Having impressed during his short stay at the City Ground, Forest are now expected to launch a summer raid for his services.
It is unclear as to whether QPR would be willing to sell, but the powerful front-man admits he would welcome the opportunity to be back on Trentside next season.
"I am enjoying it and everything about the club is great," Blackstock told the club's official website.
"The fan base, ground, training ground and the management staff. It is a massive club.
"My future doesn't necessarily lie in my hands. If QPR accept a fee for me it's up to me to leave."