The England number three confirmed a deal has been agreed which could allow him to make the full-time switch to Villa Park.
The former Leeds player said: "What I want now is to be settled for the next five to 10 years. I've been out on loan a lot over the last couple of seasons.
"It is not easy when you keep moving up and down the country. It would be nice to settle at a club that I like and where the fans like me.
"I've settled in well at Aston Villa over the past few months. Everyone at the club has welcomed me and that has been a big help.
"I think the clubs have agreed something where, if everyone is happy, my move could be made permanent and it is something I would welcome. I would prefer to establish myself as a number one at Villa.
"I don't feel I've done a great deal wrong so far and, if I feel I should have done better, I will be the first person to admit it. I'm not one for coming up with excuses."
He said: "Scott he has done very well. I've been very pleased with him. He is improving as a keeper.
"He is very young but he has got a terrific attitude and wants to improve."