Kaid Mohamed has confirmed he would be happy to extend his AFC Wimbledon stay beyond next month.
Mohamed re-joined the Dons last month on a loan deal from Port Vale and has been in impressive form on the left-hand side of Neal Ardley’s front three at Kingsmeadow.
His loan deal is due to expire on January 4, the date of Wimbledon’s trip to Adams Park to face Wycombe Wanderers, but has indicated he would consider an extension.
“Yeah, definitely [I’d be happy to extend the loan] but I’m taking each game as it comes,” he said.
“There’s no point thinking what I might be doing in a few month’s time. I’m just enjoying playing my football and it’s good to be getting some points on the table.”
Mohamed only joined the Valiants on a two-year deal last summer from Cheltenham Town, however he has not been able to force his way into their first-team plans.
The Welshman jumped at the chance of a return to Wimbledon, having fond memories of his first spell at the club in 2011 as he helped Terry Brown’s side win promotion to League Two.
He is still based in Cardiff for the duration of his loan, staying in hotels while he fulfills his Dons training and match commitments, and is looking forward to the busy festive period.
“My family and friends are in Cardiff, so I go back when I can,” he added.
“I’m used to it now [working over Christmas]. I don’t really go out over Christmas and New Year.
“There’s a lot of games at that time, they come thick and fast, so you’ve just got to look after your body.
“It’s a bit of a sacrifice but it’s a dream come true being a professional footballer. I love training and I love playing matches and I wouldn’t change that for the world.
Ardley’s side return to action against Mansfield this weekend after having had no game on Saturday due to their FA Cup exit at the hands of Coventry.