MILLWALL striker Dany N'Guessan has hinted he would be ready to consider turning his loan move to Charlton into a permanent deal.
The Frenchman, who will remain at The Valley until the end of the season, has scored three goals since joining the Addicks last month.
And he admits he is thoroughly enjoying his spell with the League One leaders.
"I'm just enjoying playing football and we are top of the league," N'Guessan told the club's official site.
"If we can win our last two or three games, we can do something very big.
"It's a big club and I'm very happy to be at Charlton. I'm enjoying my football, I'm enjoying playing again and the team is playing very well, so you can't ask for anything more."
Meanwhile, Charlton boss Chris Powell, speaking after N'Guessan's winning strike against Walsall on Easter Monday, praised the 24-year-old's goalscoring form.
He said: "I thought Dany was a game changer for us. He looked lively and scored the goal and he affects the game. Dany has scored in every home game he has played so far."