Chelsea midfielder Jack Cork has said he would like to make his loan move to Burnley permanent in the summer.
Cork, 21, joined Chelsea as a nine-year-old but, despite gaining recognition for England at Under-21 level, he appears to have little prospect of breaking into the Blues' first-team.
He spent time on loan with Bournemouth, Scunthorpe, Southampton, Watford and Coventry before linking up with Burnley a year ago, and he has said he is now ready to settle down.
"Hopefully this summer will be the time for me to move on," he told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.
"I think [a permanent move] would probably be the plan. I don't want to be sat there feeling like I'm not wanted. I'd like to go somewhere and feel like I am part of their club.
"I wouldn't want to go somewhere I'm not happy. I don't like going to settle at new places, so it would be a good option [to join Burnley]."
Cork says it has been "difficult" trying to force his way into the first-team at Chelsea but added: "I wouldn't have wanted to spend my time anywhere else.
"I had a great coach in Brendan Rodgers, who took me from the youth team and when I went up to reserves level he did too. I don't think I could have learnt the stuff I learnt there anywhere else, so I'm really grateful for the time I had there.
"It's unfortunate it's not worked out for me yet there, but hopefully something will happen in the summer."