Serbia midfielder Nenad Milijas is desperate to try and regain a starting spot in Mick McCarthy's Wolverhampton Wanderers side.
The 26-year-old has not started a Premier League game since late January and has scored twice in 19 appearances since his arrival at Molineux from Red Star Belgrade.
He told the Express & Star: "I've played 16 Premier League games which is okay for my first season.
"I think I will get chances to play in some of the last six matches. If I don't get that then I am probably not needed to stay here, but let's finish the season first and see what happens.
"I think I will stay but I don't want to talk about next season.
"I just want to finish this season happily because after these last six games, I've got the World Cup.
"The gaffer will decide whether I stay or whether it's better for me and the club that I go. He has to decide which players are important to him and which ones are not important.
"If I'm important, I will stay because I'm happy here. I've spoken to him about why I don't play and I've asked if I've done something wrong.
"He's told me I'm training well and he wants to see me in the first-team - he's told me he brought me here to play, not to be out of the squad."