Robert Snodgrass wants to stay at Aston Villa, according to a report from HITC.
The Scot moved to Villa Park on loan from West Ham in the summer, having fallen out of favour.
Snodgrass made just 15 appearances for the Irons, but has already made 11 more for the Villans in the Championship.
Villa are currently second in the Championship, but Snodgrass is keen to stay even if the club’s promotion bid fails.
Of course, the 30-year-old fell out spectacularly with David Gold and David Sullivan, and appears unlikely to play for the Hammers again.
Other reports have speculated that David Moyes wanted to bring the winger back to London in January, but was unable to because he did not have a break clause in his contract.
His future is up in the air, then, as Villa’s season reaches a key point. The club are 12 points behind first-placed Wolves, but only one ahead of third-placed Derby County and fourth-placed Cardiff City.