Gow fancies Motherwell stay for crack at cup semi-final
The 28 year old said: "I love it here, all the boys are great and the management is great as well.
"I'm happy being here so it will be up to the club if they want to keep me.
"I've not spoken to the management of the club yet. It will be up to them if they want to contact me."
Gow added: "I played a semi-final before at Falkirk but it didn't go too well. It was here actually.
"We got beat and my mate done us over, Naismith. Hopefully we can progress into the final once it comes."
"I knew when I came the team was playing well," Gow said.
"We have a lot of good, young players. The manager just said: 'Bide your time'.
"I've had to work hard for a few weeks to get my fitness up, but that was the first defeat we got at Ibrox so I managed to get in the side.
"I thought I played well enough at the weekend and I got a goal last night so hopefully that will be enough to keep me in the side for Hamilton.
"It's only one goal but it means a lot scoring the first goal for a new club. Hopefully I will keep scoring and go on a run."