Brighton & Hove Albion manager Gus Poyet will wait until the end of the season to make a decision on the future of the club's loan players, such as Sam Vokes.
Wolves striker Vokes recently admitted he is settled at Brighton and has suggested he would be interested in a permanent move to the AMEX Stadium.
West Brom duo Gonzalo Reyes and Joe Mattock have also enjoyed loan stints on the South Coast, but Poyet believes it is unfair to make decisions now.
With the Seagulls battling to secure a play-off place, Poyet is keen to see how his players handle the pressure of pushing for promotion to the Premier League.
"I think it is unfair on every single player, including Sam, to talk now because of what is coming in the next few weeks," said Poyet in The Argus.
"We are in a standby situation with every single one which is the best for everyone.
"We will just see what is coming, how the players perform, where they finish and then we will sit down and analyse the whole season.
"You know what? Sometimes you learn a lot about your players when there is the most pressure.
"There is pressure on us. Now we just need to see the reaction of a few players so it would be unfair to make decisions now."