Defender Taylor Moore has revealed he expects to extend his loan stay at Cheltenham Town into the second half of the season.
Moore, 20, has made 22 appearances for the Robins since moving to the LCI Rail Stadium on loan at the start of September.
And he revealed he has now sat down with Bristol City manager Lee Johnson to discuss his plans for the first half of 2018.
“I was in at Bristol City yesterday (Wednesday) and had a sit down with the manager to discuss the second half of the season and whether I should stay here or go back,” he said.
“We have all agreed that the best thing for me to do is go back out on loan and get more games.
“I am 20-years-old and I could be in and around the first team, but it always frustrating when you are not playing.
“Going out, getting more experience and as many games as I can is very important.
“Hopefully the loan will be extended here in the next few days. I’m really enjoying everything here. The fans, the backroom staff and the team, we have a real togetherness.
“We have got to look at each game now like a cup final. We need to be ambitious and really kick on because I feel we can achieve something.”
“As a group we all felt disappointed with Yeovil,” added Moore.
“Our plan is to get a good run of wins going and we played well at Barnet. It was a big disappointment for us all to lose at home so we need the right reaction this weekend.”