Veteran striker Clinton Morrison has opened the door to a permanent deal with MK Dons after joining the club on loan from Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls striker joined up with Karl Robinson's side on Saturday morning in a one-month deal, and was named amongst the substitutes in the 0-0 draw against Bury.
Morrison came off the bench at Gigg Lane, and subsequently started last night in the draw against Charlton at Stadium:MK. Out of Gary Megson's plans at Hillsborough, the former Coventry striker would love to extend his stay in Milton Keynes.
“I’d love it to be longer. I’d love it to be until January, I’d love it to be permanently if I could. Obviously that’s out of my hands, that’s between the two clubs to sort out," said the former Coventry City striker.
“I’m here to play for Milton Keynes and do well for Milton Keynes and hopefully make my stay longer.
"They play attractive football and have some good young kids here. Someone with experience like me can hopefully help the youngsters through and we can have a good season.”
Robinson is delighted to have added another attacking option to his side, who currently sit fifth in Npower League One after a solid start to the campaign.
"He's a winner, I like winners. He's going to give us so much threat," added the manager.
"When we play against Sheffield Wednesday we have to have a game plan to play against him.
"He's a handful, he works hard and he's fully committed."