Bristol City loanee Jake Andrews would be happy to play in home games, as well as away matches for Guernsey FC.
The 19-year-old and fellow City player Kodi Lyons-Foster joined on loan last week and became the first non-Guernsey players to represent the club.
The deal was struck as Guernsey struggle to get enough players to travel to games off the island.
"At the moment we're only playing away games, but I'd be more than happy to play home games," Andrews said.
Andrews scored on his debut as Guernsey drew 1-1 at Herne Bay on Saturday, just their second away point this year.
"I thought I did well for 80 minutes but then men's football hit me and my legs started going in the last last five or 10 minutes, but it was good and the lads did well," Andrews added to BBC Radio Guernsey.
"We were unlucky not to draw in the end, we should have won."