Cheltenham's on-loan winger Robin Shroot has set his sights on extending his stay at Whaddon Road beyond January.
The Birmingham City youngster has made ten appearances since joining the League Two outfit in the summer, scoring his first senior goal last month.
However, with the 22-year-old featuring in all but one of the Robins' last five games, Shroot says that he is desperate to continue gaining first-team experience into 2011.
"I've played in the last five and the manager's response has been excellent," he told skysports.com.
"I'm really enjoying every minute of my time here and I feel that I have learnt drastically in every game that I have played in.
"Birmingham wanted me to come out and get some football league experience and I feel like I am benefiting from doing just that here.
"If both Cheltenham want to keep me and Birmingham are happy to do so then I would be delighted to extend my stay here, but the bottom line is down to Birmingham and I will do whatever they tell me to do.
"I'm sure that they will want me to stay on loan here though because it is a great place to learn and develop your game."