CARLOS Edwards hopes to become a Millwall hero by the end of the season.
The 35-year-old's arrival at The Den has coincided with a six-game unbeaten run which has put the Lions within touching distance of Championship survival.
Edwards, whose contract with parent club Ipswich expires in the summer, is unsure what his future holds beyond the end of the campaign.
So he wants to leave The Den on a high next month – and then he will assess whether a permanent move to SE16 could be on the cards.
He said: "I came here to help the team get out of the situation that they were in and I'm close to doing that.
"I hope, come the end of the season, that I can say I played my part in survival – or The Great Escape as the fans call it.
"In the summer, maybe I can sit down with Mr Holloway and see if he wants me to stay on.
"I think most likely I'll be moving on from Ipswich but where to is the next question."
A breath of fresh air at right-back, Edwards has been a key figure in the Lions' revival.
"Looking at the fixtures we had three weeks ago, a lot of people had written us off," he said.
"For the lads to turn things around is second to none. The manager has done a wonderful job.
"You could say me coming in has freshened things up a little, but it all boils down to the group and we've dug in and pulled our fingers out.
"We've taken 12 points from 18 – not long ago, it didn't look like we'd win another game."
Holloway added: "Carlos is so laid back and that's really helped. He hasn't stopped smiling since he's been here.
"But I can't think about next season yet – I've got to deal with these last two games first."