Fredrik Stoor is not keen on a return to Fulham and hopes he can seal another transfer in January.
The Swedish defender has spent the last three months on loan at Championship side Derby after finding first-team opportunities hard to come by at Craven Cottage.
But his short-term deal with the Rams is set to expire this weekend, leaving Stoor in limbo.
With it unlikely that Roy Hodgson will draft him back into the fold at Fulham, and with Derby unable to fund a permanent transfer, the 25-year-old admits he could be on the move once again in the New Year.
“Derby wanted to keep me but are struggling financially,” Stoor told Fotbollskanalen.
“My top priority is to find a permanent solution, so that I can settle in a new environment.
“Two things are important to me right now, partly money, but that is second, and the need to find the right place.
“I want to feel that the club that buys me are looking for an offensive defender that likes to attack.”
While declaring that he is hoping to seal a full-time deal away from Fulham, Stoor has revealed that a second loan agreement is not out of the question.
“I realise that I cannot demand too much,” he added.
“It could be that Fulham are asking for a higher sum than clubs are willing to pay. In that case, I would consider a loan.”