Patrick Kisnorbo says he would love to remain on loan at Ipswich Town if it were possible.
The 31-year old Australian centre-back joined the Tractor Boys on a one-month loan from Leeds United at the beginning of January but is due back at Elland Road soon.
Kisnorbo feels he will not be given much of a chance by Leeds boss Neil Warnock and is hoping Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy finds a need him for him at Portman Road.
"Initially Ipswich wanted to take me in December and Leeds said no. But they came again in January and I am here now and got to play against Aston Villa in the FA Cup (a 2-1 loss), which showed the boss Mick McCarthy that I am fit and can still perform at a good level," he told The World Game.
"It was just good to play again. I didn't play last weekend but I have two more matches left here of my loan spell and it is good to be at a club where the boss likes you and has faith in you. It's been a breath of fresh air."
He added regarding a loan extension: "That's out of my hands but if the gaffer here wants that and Leeds are happy then that would be fantastic."