Most Brentford fans would be happy just to see Jordan Rhodes stay at Griffin Park for the rest of the season.
So when the young striker talks about playing for Brentford in League One, it will be music to their ears.
Rhodes's loan from Ipswich was this week extended to the maximum 93 days, which sees him stay at Griffin Park until the penultimate game of the season.
But Ipswich have a 24-hour call-back facility which could require him return to Portman Road with very little notice.
Without the loan extension, Rhodes would have signed off from a hugely-impressive loan spell, which has seen him yield five goals in seven games, after Saturday's trip to Rochdale.
But the young striker not only vowed he'd love to stay and help the table-topping Bees clinch promotion from League Two, but gave his strongest indication yet he's dreaming of spearheading their attack next year in League One.
Rhodes said: "If Jim Magilton doesn't want me back to play in the first team then I'll be desperate to stay.
"There is no comparison whatsoever between playing for Brentford and turning out for Ipswich Reserves.
"I've loved my time at this club and playing every week.
"I'm flying high in League Two and just hoping and wishing once summer and pre-season are out the way, it will be a first fixture in League One.
"I suppose if I go back I will have almost been a victim of my own success, but then that's the aim as far as Ipswich are concerned."
Meanwhile, Andy Scott has a Plan B up his sleeve if Rhodes is recalled by Ipswich at short notice.
As the Chronicle revealed two weeks ago, the Bees' board have given Scott the go-ahead to bring another loan striker in if Rhodes departs.
And Scott would not hesitate to do so, he revealed this week.
Scott said: "We do have options in place if Jordan is recalled, I will be able to strengthen the squad."
No Rhodes would leave Scott with just Charlie MacDonald and Nathan Elder as first-choice strikers.
Ross Montague is out for the season, while rookie Moses Ademola has restarted his loan spell at Welling, which was cut-short due to Brentford's recent injury crisis.
Scott said: "I never really wanted to call Moses back as he needs to get some experience and some games under his belt, but we needed the numbers."
Another attacking option could be Craig Dobson, who is on trial with the Bees having cancelled his contract with MK Dons.
Scott added: "Craig's training with us so we can take a look at him, as well as a few others we have on trial at the moment."