STANISLAV Manolev hopes to make his loan move to Fulham permanent in the summer.
The PSV Eindhoven defender has made four appearances for the Whites since making the January switch to Craven Cottage.
Fulham have the option to make the deal permanent in the summer, and the Bulgarian international admits he would jump at the chance to remain in SW6.
He told the Chronicle : “I'm really enjoying it - this is the best competition in the world.
“I like London too, so of course I would like to stay.
“But it depends on the clubs. I still have one more year left at PSV, so the clubs have to talk.”
The 27-year-old has featured on the right flank as well as deputising for Sascha Riether in defence in recent weeks.
But Manolev insists he's happy to fill in anywhere on the pitch after a lack of game time at PSV.
“It's important to play, it doesn't matter where,” he said. “The coach makes the decision where he's going to use me, so I don't have any problems.”
Martin Jol's men travel to Everton tomorrow hoping to bounce back from last weekend's controversial defeat to Arsenal, which saw them play 80 minutes with 10 men after Steve Sidwell's red card.
And Manolev insits the Whites have put the loss behind them as they look to climb back into the top half of the Premier League table.
He added: “We have to forget the [Arsenal] game and just remember the mistakes [and learn from them]. I think we will play better against Everton.
“The manager says everyone wants to finish in the top 10. It's not easy but we will fight.”
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