Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu has insisted he would be unable to say no if Stuttgart attempt to make his loan stay at the club a permanent one next summer.
The Spaniard has swiftly adjusted to life in Germany and has started all seven of Stuttgart's games this season having made just 22 league appearances for the Blues after joining from Barcelona in 2011.
Having already played in three major leagues in his young career, Romeu believes he is becoming increasingly accustomed to life in Germany and admits he would have no qualms in quitting Chelsea if the option of a permanent move arises.
"The league is growing, and has grown a lot in the last few years," Romeu told Bundesliga.com. "That's why people are coming here from other countries, not only from Spain.
"I'm really pleased to be here in this country and in this league because it's one of the best in Europe - and in the world. When you see the league from abroad it looks really good and you think 'hopefully one day I can play there'. So when I had the opportunity to come here I had no doubt that it would be a great experience for me.
"We'll see what happens, but now I'm focused on the present and helping the team. I don't know what will happen in the next few years but I will never say no to staying in Stuttgart because they have treated me amazingly so far and I'm really happy here. I want the club to be happy with me and I want to feel I'm doing a good job."
Romeu arrived at Stamford Bridge as one of Andre Villas-Boas' first signings but a ligament injury curtailed his progress at the club. He returned to his homeland for a loan spell at Valencia last season where his time at the Mestalla convinced Jose Mourinho to hand the player a new deal.