Shaleum Logan has confirmed he would be 'happy' to sign a permanent contract at Aberdeen providing the deal is 'right'.
The defender has made 18 appearances for Aberdeen since joining on loan from Brentford in January and he is wanted by manager Derek McInnes for the long term.
Logan's contract at Brentford expires in the summer and the former Manchester City youngster is open to the prospect of returning to Pittodrie.
"I'm not saying it's goodbye," said Logan in the Daily Record.
"I'm not saying I will be signing either but if the deal is right for me and for Aberdeen there's every chance I could be back here next season.
"I would be happy if that was to happen.
"There's not been an offer but the manager has said he wants to sign me and we've been talking.
"I have a few options but I've not spoken to any other clubs. Aberdeen will be a massive factor in any decision I make but we'll see what happens."