Alan Wright is open to staying at Cheltenham Town as he looks to secure his future for the rest of the season.
The veteran full-back joined Cheltenham on pay-as-you play terms in October and has so far made five appearances for the club.
He opted for a flexible deal at Whaddon Road following interest from Sydney FC, but a move to Australia has not been firmed up.
And, having spoken to Robins boss Keith Downing, the 36-year-old revealed he is ready to commit himself to the League One side until next summer.
"We spoke on Friday and Keith said he'd like to keep me," Wright told the Gloucestershire Echo.
"I have spoken to my family over the weekend and I have not spoken to Keith since as he has other priorities at the moment with trying to prepare for the Yeovil game.
"I spoke to someone from Sydney over the weekend and they said it was still a possibility, but I think for me the main thing is getting myself sorted out and signing something here if possible."