Jersey back-row forward Gary Graham says he would like to stay with the club beyond the end of the season.
Graham on a deal until the end of the current Championship campaign, and made his debut
"I'd like to continue hopefully with Jersey," the former Gala forward said when asked of his ambitions.
"I just want to keep building on the start of the career I've got right now," he told BBC Radio Jersey.
"It's all been quite fast in how I've been brought in.
"My agent rang me on the Monday, I said yes on the Tuesday, came on the Thursday, trained the Thursday morning, had the team run on the Friday, on the plane back here and into the game - so it's all been quite fast," Graham added.
Jersey's draw with Rotherham ensured they are currently on their best run of results in the Championship since they were promoted to the second tier of English rugby in 2012, having beaten Nottingham and Doncaster in their previous two games.