"It is has been a positive season and things are looking good so hopefully I can keep it going," Gibbs told Arsenal.com. "On loan I learned the value of training [with a first-team] and the whole matchday experience of travelling. Winning is also more important when you step up to that level.
"I was only there for three months but I have learned some good things at Norwich. Realistically though I think I need to go out again for a few more months before I have got the right amount of experience.
"I have to wait and see what they want to do with me. If they want me to go on loan again I am happy to do so and then we can see from there.
"It has been discussed. I don't think I would want to do a whole season away from the Club and I am quite keen to get pre-season here. That would be good for me I think as I could be given a chance with the first-team squad.
"That is always in your mind but you just have to get your head down and see what happens. Hopefully I could get my chance in the last game, but we will see."