Lucas Piazon has revealed that he would be very happy to spend another season at Fulham as he starts to consider his future.

The Brazilian forward has been at Craven Cottage for the last two seasons on loan from Chelsea and Piazon has developed such a special affection for the Whites that he told GetWestLondon’s Ryan O’Donovan after Friday’s win at Norwich City that he would be delighted to continue the arrangement for a third year in a row.

I stayed another season last year and it’s coming to the end, it’s always a place that I said I enjoy, the club, the players, the way we play so it’s always a good place to be and I enjoy it a lot here. It wouldn’t be a problem for me to stay another season.

Piazon – who has become popular with the Fulham fans during his time at the Cottage – revealed that he greatly enjoys playing a part in Slavisa Jokanovic’s side – believing that Fulham’s style suits his own abilities.

I feel good, I’ve always felt good playing in this team, it’s a team that wants the ball and I want the ball too, so I feel comfortable in any position. We are all close to one another, it’s more of a friendly competition but we are all together in this so we just try to win games and play as high a level as we can.

The 24 year-old said his focus is now on trying to help his adopted club back to the top flight as another injury-hit season approaches its final chapter.

We all want to be playing Premier League football so if I can do that one day with Fulham it would be fantastic. I think we got through the tough run of games very well and we made as many points as possible. We are so many games unbeaten and we just think of the next game, today is in the past, we aren’t even going to think about it and we’ll just focus on Leeds now.

He admitted that Cardiff City’s excellent run of form makes pinching the second automatic promotion place difficult, but insists that Fulham haven’t given up hope of catching Neil Warnock’s side.

Today was a game that we expected them to win, we are still chasing them and still have seven games so a lot of points on the table. We will just keep doing our job and hopefully they drop some points. They have a tough run of games now, they have Wolves, Villa, Sheffield United, Derby, and we have a shot.