Cheltenham's on-loan midfielder Marlon Pack cites regular first-team action as the main factor in his future team choices.
Robins boss Mark Yates has stated he would like to build his Town side around the soon to be out-of-contract Portsmouth youngster, who has spent the entire season on loan at Whaddon Road.
Pack has enjoyed his time with the Robins and is seriously considering a summer switch having already held talks. There is certain to be competition for the 20-year-old's services, but Pack insists he will not be swayed into a decision by finances.
"There is definitely more to it than just money and the first thing for me is to be playing every week, everything else is just part of the deal," he told the Gloucestershire Echo.
"I don't want to be back in same position I was in at Portsmouth because I love football and playing at Cheltenham this season has made me realise how much I want to be playing. It's great to hear the manager say he wants to build his team around me.
"It's my first professional contract, so we have got to get a lot of elements right for me and the club, but I want to get something sorted soon."