Manchester City youngster Karim Rekik admits he would love another season on loan at PSV, according to the TalkSport website.
Rekik joined PSV last summer on a season-long deal from City, having been previously had stints with Portsmouth and Blackburn Rovers.
He has produced a series of impressive performances to earn himself a call-up to the Holland squad for the upcoming friendly against France.
And now he is mindful that Manuel Pellegrini can already call upon the likes of Vincent Kompany, Matija Nastasic, Martin Demichelis and Joleon Lescott, and believes another season at the Eredivisie club would be better for his long-term development.
He said: “It would be awfully nice if I can stay at PSV for another year.
“I have enjoyed my time at PSV. It’s also good for my development that I play here. Because I have played so many games this season, I have become a better player.”
When asked if PSV and City have met to discuss his future beyond this season, he added: “I think that’s going to happen in April or May. Of course it also depends on the defensive plans of City for next year.
“I think that Lescott [who is out of contract in June] will leave. But if they pick up another defender in the summer, I see no reason to go back to City after this season.”