Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma has revealed he is interested in securing a loan move away from the club.
The 19-year-old, who arrived at the club in 2007, is keen to go out on loan in a bid for regular first-team action after growing frustrated with his lack of opportunities at Stamford Bridge.
Bruma, who could be set for a run in the side with Alex ruled out for eight weeks after knee surgery, has admitted he would consider a loan move but understands Chelsea will have the final say on any switch.
The Dutch international admits he would welcome a move to PSV Eindhoven if Chelsea agreed to let him leave on a temporary basis.
"I'm definitely interested in going on loan," Bruma told Voetbal International Radio. "I don't really know what Chelsea want, though.
"I'm not the type of person to step up to the manager Carlo Ancelotti to say that I want to leave.
"That just feels a bit strange. I'd be quite happy with a loan move, though. We'll have to wait and see what happens in the next few weeks.
"I am very charmed if I could play for PSV," continued Bruma. "They are playing at the top of the table in the Eredivisie and play European football. It would be OK to play there."