Alan Judge would welcome a permanent move to Brentford if he continues to be frozen out by Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer.
The Irish midfielder has featured both in both the win over Port Vale and draw at Walsall since joining the Bees on loan for the rest of the season earlier this month.
Judge re-signed for Blackburn, the club where he started his career six years ago, last summer, but after featuring in their first five games of the season, has only played seven games for Rovers since August.
The 25 year old insists he has no idea while he is being given the cold shoulder at Ewood Park, and would happily stay at Griffin Park if it becomes clear he has no future in Lancashire.
He told the Chronicle: “You would have to ask the manager at Blackburn if I have any future there. I was coming in and training well every day but not getting a chance.
“He (Bowyer) was my youth team manager when I first came through at Blackburn, so he knows me inside out, and they came in for me in the summer, so I can't understand why I'm suddenly out of favour.
“I played the first four or five games, but I haven't played a full 90 minutes since September, just two or three lots of 60 minutes. I wasn't given a reason, I was just told he couldn't get me in the team.
“I would definitely move to a club like Brentford if things don't work out at Blackburn. They have always been tough to play against but can pass the ball as well, which is what attracted me to coming here.
“When I first came, I don't think the gaffer wanted to throw me in straight away as I hadn't played much, but then Adam (Forshaw) got injured. But it was good to get an hour against Port Vale and another against Walsall, and as I get back to full fitness, there will be more to come from me.”