Udinese midfielder Antonio Candreva is hoping Lazio will exercise the option to make his loan deal permanent at the end of the season.
The 25-year-old midfielder started the season on loan at Cesena, but moved to Olimpico in January.
Candreva enjoyed a bright start to his career with the Biancocelesti, scoring 3 goals in 15 Serie A games.
The player believes he has done enough to earn himself a permanent deal and hopes Lazio chiefs will feel the same way.
“I’d like to remain,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “Over the last few years I have changed a lot of clubs and I need a bit of consistency.
“The right solution would be to stay at Lazio. I had a few problems at the start, but I was able to get over them thanks to the coach and my teammates.”
After boss Eduardo Reja was sacked, the decision will now be on new boss Vladimir Petkovic, who has been a surprise appointment.
The Biancocelesti do not have too many options in the centre of the park and they could decide to buy Candreva outright.
The talented midfielder started his career at Ternana, while he also enjoyed spells at Udinese, Livorno, Juventus, Parma and Cesena.
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