Monaco stopper Nicolas Isimat-Mirin hopes to extends his stay with PSV Eindhoven beyond the current season, according to L’Equipe.
The 23-year-old joined the Dutch giants on a season-long loan last summer as he was unable to prove his worth at Stade Louis II.
And even though there is no buy-out option included in the deal, chances are that Mirin will not be returning to Monaco.
While Ligue 1 high-flyers Saint Etienne are considering a summer bid for his services, the youngster would prefer to stay with PSV and play Champions League football, with the Dutch giants having just secured the first league trophy since 2008.
Isimat-Mirin made a total of 13 Eredivisie appearances since joining last summer, scoring a winner in a 2-1 triumph over Groningen.
And having featured in just six league matches while at Monaco, it is hardly surprising he is hoping to leave the Principality club in search of first team football.