Tottenham midfielder Massimo Luongo says he would welcome the chance to go out on loan again this season.
The 20-year old Australian spent time with Ipswich Town earlier in the campaign but returned to White Hart Lane in November where he has been captaining Spurs' U21 side but he is now ready to get more first team action if the North London club want to give him that opportunity.
"I was training with the first team squad at Spurs and feeling a part of that before I went to Ipswich but in my absence other players were promoted and now I'm with the under-21s and just doing my best to impress to keep learning," said Luongo.
"I have no regrets about going to Ipswich. It was a great experience - and if the chance comes to go out on loan again it would be well worth looking at. It is really Tottenham's call.
"But in some ways it did kill me a little bit in that before going to Ipswich I was in and around the first team and now I am back under the wing of the development coaches Tim Sherwood and Les Ferdinand."