Paris Saint-Germain outcast Jese Rodriguez has spoken of his desire to turn his loan deal at Las Palmas into a full transfer.
Spanish forward Jese made the switch to Ligue 1 giants PSG in August after falling out of favour at the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, first-team opportunities remained at a premium at Parc des Princes with just one of Jese's nine league appearances coming as part of the starting line-up.
Jese was consequently shipped out on loan to Las Palmas in January and he has scored three goals in 15 La Liga outings.
PSG coach Unai Emery stated that a decision has not been taken on Jese's future last week, but the 24-year-old has his heart set on staying in Spain.
"I am a PSG player and I have to go back to see what indications they will give me," he told Territorio UD.
"I do not know what will happen. Obviously I would like to continue playing with Las Palmas. It's 50-50. It half depends on me and half depends on PSG.
"I might think one thing, PSG another and Miguel Angel Ramirez [Las Palmas president] has another idea too."