On-loan winger Jason Puncheon has refused to rule out a permanent move to Milton Keynes Dons.
Puncheon spent most of last season on loan with the Dons from Plymouth and he will stay with Paul Ince's squad for the rest of the 2009/10 campaign.
He admits he is not sure where his long-term future lies after a difficult spell with Plymouth.
"You never know what can happen in football and I'm enjoying my time here and it's a great club," Puncheon told skysports.com.
"I've just got to keep my head down and work hard for the cause so that I can impress as many people as possible.
"It did make it easier for me to return because I enjoyed my time here last season, but the big factor for me was Paul Ince. I wanted to work with someone like him and what he has done in the game, so it was a big opportunity for me.
"It is frustrating not to have been given a chance at Plymouth, but I've enjoyed my time here on loan both last season and this season, so I've just got to keep doing the right things and see where it takes me."
The Dons suffered their first league defeat of the season on Saturday but Puncheon is confident they will respond with a strong display against a rejuvenated Norwich City.
He said: "The defeat on Saturday against Huddersfield was our first of the season and it's just one of those times that you have to bounce back and show that it hasn't affected us.
"It will be a big game for us because Norwich will be looking to bounce back into the Championship at the first attempt, but we always fancy ourselves coming out with the win at home.
"It is up to us to set our stall out from the start and work hard from start to finish and if we do that then the rewards will follow."