Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says he would love to extend his loan spell with Falkirk but must wait to see who takes over at Manchester City.
Schmeichel has enjoyed his time at Falkirk
The 20-year-old City player joined the Bairns in January and has been an impressive performer in helping them finish seventh in the SPL.
"I don't know what's going to happen as Manchester City don't have a manager at the moment," he told the Daily Record.
"I've really enjoyed my time here but it's not in my hands."
Schmeichel will wait to see who replaces former Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce before giving serious thought to his future.
The Dane, son of Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel said: "It all depends on what happens there before anything is decided.
"I'd like to come back but I'm contracted to Manchester City and they are my main priority."
Schmeichel added in the Daily Record: "The boys at Falkirk are the hardest-working group I've ever played with and the experience of being here has been invaluable."