Jamie Wilson has promised he won't go to any of Brentford's League Two rivals if he's allowed back out on loan by Bristol City in January.
The on-loan centre-back plays his last game for the Bees against Rochdale on Saturday, having built a solid partnership with Alan Bennett, which has conceded just six league goals.
And Wilson has cleared the decks for a January return to Griffin Park - if City boss Gary Johnson lets him and no League One clubs come sniffing.
He said: "I wouldn't go anywhere else in League Two, I'd only come back here.
"If a team from League One came in then obviously I'd have to look at it, but it's been so good here. I've loved every minute of it."
Wilson reckons he'll return to Bristol City next week a better player than when he left, and thanked Bennett for helping him develop as a player.
And he believes he's ready to go back to Ashton Gate and challenge for a place in the first team squad.
He said: "My all-round game has improved. I've got more aggressive because this is so much different to reserve football.
"You never know how you're going to react really until you're put in that situation.
"I'm not expecting to play when I go back, but I'd like to think I have a chance if there's injuries.
"Benno has made sure I'm louder on the pitch, he's helped me so much.
"We've built up a good understanding and have got a decent goals against record."