Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler admitted he would like keep Cody McDonald beyond the end of the season.
The on-loan Norwich striker netted a matchwinning brace in the Gills' 2-1 victory over Aldershot.
Gillingham led eight minutes into the second half when McDonald stabbed home Curtis Weston's right-wing cross.
McDonald then powered in his 14th of the season from 12 yards in the 90th minute before Alex Rodman's stunning debut goal in stoppage time.
McDonald is on a season-long loan from Norwich and Hessenthaler said: "Cody is just finding his feet now. The problem we have is that he is not our player. We'll see what happens at the end of the season, but we're glad we've got him.
"I'm a little bit nervous about speaking to Norwich. He's ours up until the end of the season. I'd love to think we can keep him beyond, but it's up to Norwich.
"He's probably pricing himself out of our market. If Norwich don't decide to keep him, hopefully we'll go up and that will only bode well in attracting someone like Cody because I think he'll certainly be attracting clubs above League Two."