Fulham striker Marcello Trotta has said he hopes he can extend his loan stay at Wycombe, after scoring three goals in as many games for the Chairboys.
The 19-year-old Italian is set to return to Craven Cottage following Saturday's draw at Carlisle.
But the Naples-born forward told BBC Three Counties Radio: "I think we are looking at something for Christmas.
"I'm happy at the club and it's good for me to stay here. When you enjoy it you score goals and are happy."
He added: "When I score I'm happy. That's the main thing.
"I hope I can do that more and help this team get more wins to help them go up the table."
And although Trotta is pleased to assist Wanderers' fight against League One relegation he has his long-term sights set on a career with Fulham, where he has netted nine times in seven reserve games this season.
"The Premier League is where I want to play one day for Fulham and I am working hard for it," he said.