The Norwich City player, 19, has been with League Two side Bradford since pre-season, playing 16 times for manager Peter Taylor and scoring twice.
But with his six-month agreement set to expire in January, Adeyemi told the Telegraph & Argus: "I'm in that awkward position where I've just got to be patient and wait to find out.
"If I'm still going to have the opportunity to play regular games then I'd love to stay at Bradford. I felt part of the squad at Norwich but here you're further up the pecking order; it's very different and obviously a lot better.
"I've had a couple of good performances and a couple of bad ones. This is my first season as a full professional playing week in, week out.
"(Peter Taylor) has said the loan players he's brought in aren't automatically entitled to a place - you have to work hard and impress in training."