Michael Rose is hoping he will be able to sign a permanent deal at Norwich City at the end of his loan spell from Stockport County.
The full-back joined the Canaries towards the close of the January transfer window and will stay with the League One leaders until the end of the season.
Rose has scored once in six appearances for Paul Lambert's side so far and is expected to face former club Yeovil Town on Saturday.
He is enjoying his time at Carrow Road and hopes the financial situation at Stockport will not prevent him from signing a permanent contract at Norwich.
"I'm hoping for a permanent deal," the 27-year-old told the Pink'un.
"Things going on at Stockport are the stumbling block, really, because nobody knows what's happening with the club, whether it's going to be bought, whether it's the end of the club or whatever.
"It's just a case of ironing out a few details and I hope it will become permanent."