Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Leo Bonatini says he would be open to making his Nottingham Forest stay permanent this summer.
Bonatini added that any discussions over his future will have to wait until the end of the season, as reported by the Express and Star.
The 24-year-old has not exactly hit the ground running at the City Ground, making just four appearances for the club since his January deadline day loan switch.
All of those have come from the substitutes bench, and he is yet to open his goalscoring account for Martin O’Neill’s side.
However, the Brazilian says he has enjoyed his short stay in Nottingham, explaining that the club has ‘very good conditions’.
It is a really good team and they have very good conditions here. Even if we don’t achieve the playoffs and we are staying in the Championship next season, I would like to stay because I have found it really good. But of course I know that it is not just about me; I have a contract with Wolves. But I am enjoying being here. I think it depends on how I finish the season here. Wolves are doing well, too. I don’t know. It’s something we’ll just have to wait until the summer.
The forward initially joined Wolves in August 2017 on a season-long loan and scored 12 Championship goals as Nuno Espirito Santo’s men gained promotion.
He signed a four-year contract at Molineux last season but made just six Premier League appearances before being deemed surplus to requirements just over a month ago.
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The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Wolves’ midlands rivals Aston Villa from Chelsea, and was reportedly on Wolves’ radar in the winter window.
With Chelsea facing a two-window transfer ban he could be required back at Stamford Bridge next term, but could also want to ply his trade elsewhere.
Adams is the league’s third top scorer this season with 21 goals and has been attracting plenty of interest from the Premier League.
Like Abraham, he was also linked with a move to Molineux in January, and it looks certain that he will eventually make the step up a division come the summer.
Maupay has been crucial for Brentford this season, providing 20 goals and seven assists in the league.
He has two years left on his Bees contract but is a player that is highly likely to be playing in the top flight sooner rather than later.
The West Brom man has considerable top-flight experience having played three seasons in the division for Crystal Palace and one with Newcastle United.
The diminutive forward has 16 goals this term, but some argue he is one in the bracket of being too good for the second tier but not good enough for the top flight.
Roofe made a blistering start to the season but has dropped off as late, with striker partner Patrick Bamford taking more of the limelight.
Should he start firing again and Leeds miss out on promotion, he may well look to test himself in a higher division.