Manchester United striker Angelo Henriquez has refused to rule out the prospect of taking in a second loan spell at Wigan Athletic.
The Chilean frontman was allowed to link up with the Latics in January, having completed a switch to England in the summer of 2012.
It was intended that a spell away from Old Trafford would allow him to pick up useful Premier League experience.
Henriquez was, however, to find game time hard to come by at Wigan, as they became embroiled in an ultimately unsuccessful relegation battle.
It could be that a return to the DW Stadium next season would see the 19-year-old involved on a more regular basis, with the Latics preparing for life back in the Championship.
He claims he would be willing to consider such a move, with it important for him to get minutes under his belt and show United - who will be under the management of David Moyes next season - what he is capable of.
"I didn't play a lot of football, which was obviously the target when I arrived in January," Henriquez said in the Wigan Evening Post.
"But just being involved with a Premier League team, living the experience of first team football and learning from other players and other teams has been very good.
"I have enjoyed my time here and I wouldn't rule out coming here again if that is a possibility. Who knows?
"You always improve and pick up new things from new managers and new players. That was the point of the whole exercise, and I hope to show what I've learned when I return to Old Trafford."