Port Vale striker Dany N'Guessan is keen to extend his short-term contract with the club.
The 27-year-old signed a two-month deal when he signed for Vale on 23 October, having been without a club since his release by Swindon Town at the end of last season.
N'Guessan has scored three goals in six games since arriving at the club.
"The manager is happy with me. We will have to see what we can sort out," he told BBC Radio Stoke.
"Vale gave me the chance to play football again, so it would be great for me to stay.
"It's always a good feeling when you score goals. It gives you your confidence back."
The former Lincoln, Leicester and Millwall player's current arrangement with Vale will expire after their game against Crawley on 20 December.
Vale have no game this weekend having already exited the FA Cup, despite N'Guessan's brace against MK Dons, giving the Frenchman the chance to get two weeks of solid training under his belt.
"Now I have to train harder to get my fitness back," he added.
"I've been out of football a long time and I did not really have a pre-season."