Sunderland goalkeeper Marton Fulop has expressed his desire to help Stoke into the Premier League and turn his loan move into a permanent one.
"According to the contract, I'm going to stay here until the end of the season but if the club reach their goals and I feel as good as my first impression was, then I may stay here for a longer period," he said.
"The team's goal is promotion so it appears to be much more different for me to play here than fighting relegation with Leicester."
The 24-year-old now has Steve Simonsen to battle it out with for a starting role at the Britannia Stadium, but the former Tottenham stopper is confident he will soon establish himself as the Potters' number one.
"I'm extremely happy that I don't have to sit on the bench and I can prove my abilities on the pitch," he told Nemzeti Sport.
"I want first-team football because I can only be in the Hungarian squad with regular football.
"Manager Tony Pulis assured me that he brought me here to be first-choice keeper."