Swindon Town are hoping to extend the loan of Bolton Wanderers midfielder Tope Obadeyi for a third and final month.
Obadeyi has scored twice in 10 appearances for the Robins during the past two months, although he has missed the last three games due to a hamstring injury.
He is now back in training and is aiming to be fit for Saturday's match with Hartlepool United, which is due to be the last of his current deal.
However, Robins boss Danny Wilson confirmed talks are ongoing with Bolton and he is optimistic of being able to keep the 19-year-old for another month.
Wilson told the club's official website: "He hasn't trained for about 11 or 12 days. We will monitor him, but we are hopeful that we will be able to get the final month of his loan continued on.
"Bolton have been fantastic and I think they see that he is progressing well.
"He was really unlucky to get injured at Exeter City because he had been very impressive prior to that. I'm delighted that he is back with us and it's another boost for us."
Obadeyi is keen to stay at the County Ground, saying: "I had a hamstring injury and then was ill so have been away for a bit, but after a bit of rest I'm looking forward to getting back into training.
"I would like to stay here for another month and hopefully that will go through."