Greg Tempest says he would be happy to play the rest of the season at Boston United.
Tempest is currently on loan at the Jakemans Stadium from League One Notts County, along with fellow midfielder Kyle Dixon.
But with their loan spells expiring following Boxing Day’s home clash against Vanarama North rivals Lowestoft Town (KO 3pm), the duo are uncertain where their immediate futures lie.
“I’d definitely consider staying at Boston,” Tempest told The Standard.
“It’s obviously down to both clubs, so we’ll see what happens going into the new year.
“The loan window opens on New Year’s Day, so we’ll just have to wait and see, sit tight and be patient.”
With Tempest and Dixon both completing two short-term loan stays at Boston, they could only return to United if both clubs were willing to agree on a long-term loan deal.
But Tempest said he would be happy to complete the season with the Pilgrims.
He added: “It’s the best thing for me.
“Obviously, Notts are doing well and the lads are doing great.
“It’s hard to get into that team, so to come anywhere and play a bit of football is great for me as a player.”
United, currently ninth in the Vanarama North, last faced 15th-placed Lowestoft in September 2009, the Trawler Boys knocking Boston out of the FA Cup 1-0 in Suffolk.