Lee Trundle has declared that he still hopes to earn a permanent deal at Swansea despite a lack of starts.
The 33-year-old striker returned to the Welsh club on loan over the summer but is due to return to Bristol City in the New Year.
He has made just one start for the Swans this season but insists he is loving life at the Liberty Stadium.
Having been frozen out by Gary Johnson at Bristol City, Trundle is happy just to be involved in a first-team squad and hopes to stay beyond January.
"I'd 100 per cent much prefer to be coming off the bench here than not playing at all with Bristol," said Trundle, who has come off the bench four times and scored two goals.
"It's obvious to everyone that I'm enjoying it and I've got a new lease of life here.
"I haven't started that many games but we have a lot of strikers and I'm just waiting for my chance.
"I'd like to stay here, of course I would, and I'm hopeful that in time it will all get sorted out. But that's for further down the line."