Danny Wilson is hopeful of extending Tope Obadeyi's loan at Swindon, but insists it depends whether he is called up for international duty.
The teenager is nearing the end of his month-long loan at the County Ground from Premier League outfit Bolton.
Obadeyi has made a good impression on Wilson having scored once in five League One appearances for the Robins.
However, if he is included in the upcoming Under-20 World Cup for England then Wilson does not see much point in extending the agreement.
"We've spoken to Bolton and there is a positive vibe from them that we can keep him on," he told the club's official website.
"But we are waiting to see what happens with England before we can sort things out."
Meanwhile, Wilson is keen to have another look at trialist Charlie Austin in action before deciding his fate.
Austin scored in Wednesday's 1-1 reserve-team draw against Swansea, but Wilson is yet to be convinced to offer him a deal.
"We will look at him for a longer period if possible and nothing will be decided just yet," he added.
"We will give it another week or so and have a look at him in another game."