Arsenal midfielder Jose Antonio Reyes wants Real Madrid to turn his loan spell into a permanent deal.
Reyes is keen to remain in Spain
The 23-year-old came off the bench and scored twice to inspire Madrid to a Spanish title-clinching victory over Real Mallorca on Sunday.
Reyes, a £10.5m signing from Sevilla, is scheduled to return to Arsenal but told the Daily Mirror: "I hope they aren't my last goals for Real.
"Maybe what has happened will convince the club they would like to keep me."
Reyes' hopes of a permanent switch suffered a knock when Gunners boss Arsene Wenger sent back striker Julio Baptista to Real after declining to take up the option of a swap deal involving Reyes.
After arriving at Highbury in January 2004, Reyes scored 16 goals in 54 Premier League appearances but failed to command a regular first-team place.
He was sent out on loan to Real in August 2006.
Reyes added: "I've said many times what an honour it is to play for Real Madrid.
"I made Madrid champions and I'm so happy about that because this is the reason I came to the club.
"Scoring two goals to help us win the last game of the season when we needed a victory is a great feeling for me."