Daniel Sturridge has given the biggest indication that he may look to turn his loan move from Chelsea to Bolton Wanderers into a permanent transfer, reports the Metro.
The 21 year old striker arrived in January and started his spell brilliantly with four goals in as many appearances for the Trotters.
Regular first team football would appear to be Sturridge's greatest motivation, something he would not get at Chelsea where Fernando Torres, Nicolas Anelka, Saloman Kalou and Didier Drogba are fighting for a starting role.
'Im delighted to be playing every game and playing 90 minutes, that's the main thing,' Sturridge said.
'The goals are coming and I'm delighted with that, so if I can continue doing what I'm doing then it'll be a great future.'
Sturridge's fantastic form is partly to do with the confidence given to him by Bolton boss Owen Coyle and the young striker was quick to praise the Scottish tactician.
'Im trying to work hard and the manger has instilled a lot of confidence since I have been here and let me play my football the way I like to play' he explained.