PAUL Robinson is open to extending his Portsmouth loan spell.
The Millwall stalwart moved to Fratton Park at the start of August but his one-month deal with the League Two side is coming to an end.
However, the centre back would consider staying at Pompey if an agreement can be reached with the Lions.
He told BBC Solent: "I've enjoyed playing here so it's up to the two clubs to sort out and we'll take it from eta-i.org/cialis.html there.
"It's been great. The lads, manager and staff have all welcomed me, it's a great club to play for and I've really enjoyed it.
"I feel like I'm getting fitter game by game so it's been valuable. It's been between the clubs, I'm here for a month and it's probably getting to that time when something will happen."
Portsmouth are second in the table and have kept three clean sheets in Robinson's four games.