Arsenal youngster Chuks Aneke is wanted back at Crewe Alexandra after impressing during two loan spells at the League One club last season.
Crewe boss Steve Davis confirmed that he has already spoken with the highly rated young midfielder about returning to Gresty Road next season in order to continue his development.
"I've had dialogue with Chuks, he's been in Asia. So we'll just check out that position there," David told the BBC. "He did terrific for us last season. I think initially people didn't see his quality, but over time he came to fruition and his fitness was much better
"The quality, creativity and goalscoring ability he's got was apparent to everybody. He's the creative player that [former captain Luke] Murphy was and we could do with that type."
Aneke travelled with the Arsenal first team on their tour of Asia and admitted that he would consider another loan spell away from the Emirates as he looks to prove his talent to Arsene Wenger.
"I just want to impress the boss and try and get an opportunity. If that's not achievable then I want to play some games. I played a lot of games when I was at Crewe last season," Aneke told the Daily Mirror.
"Arsenal is a very fantastic team and if it is not possible to break into the team then maybe I can go on loan somewhere. I was on loan last season so I didn't train with the Arsenal first team until pretty much the end of it.
"I'm looking forward to training with the first team again. I've done that quite a bit already. It's nice to come out of London to see the other the side of the world. I've not had much opportunity to come to places like this.
"My main objective as a young player is to play games and impress the manager. I want to come over here and show the boss what I can do and hopefully get some game time."
The 20 year old has represented England at numerous youth levels and has even drawn comparisons to Manchester City powerhouse Yaya Toure from his manager.
"Chuks is a bit like Yaya Toure - he has body power and good technique. We had Yaya here [on trial] and for me Chuks is a bit similar because he can play behind the striker or in a deeper role as well," said Wenger back in 2011.
Aneke made 38 appearances and scored eight goals during his two loan spells at Crewe last season and currently has one senior appearance for Arsenal to his name, appearing in a League Cup match against Shrewsbury in September 2011.