Norwich midfielder Cameron McGeehan has said he would welcome the chance to return to Luton Town on loan.
The 19-year-old played 18 times to help John Still's Hatters win promotion from the Conference last season.
"I still talk to John Still every now and again and I could potentially go there on loan," the Canaries youngster told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"But at the minute they're doing really well. If that comes to fruition it would be good."
McGeehan, who captained Norwich to FA Youth Cup victory in 2013, is yet to make his senior debut for Neil Adams' side and his spell in the Conference remains his only first-team football.
Luton have continued to progress since his departure, having climbed to fourth in League Two.
"I think there were talks with Luton in the summer but it didn't come to anything," he said. "I have to try and get some more senior games into me. I'll look to do that in January maybe."
McGeehan will line up for Norwich in Wednesday's Under-21 Premier League fixture against Liverpool, with supporters being offered free entry to Carrow Road.