Jamal Blackman has sensationally left the door open for a return to Adams Park next season.
The aspiring shot-stopper, 23, who’s been on a season-long loan to Wycombe Wanderers from parent club Chelsea, has impressed the Chairboys’ fans with several match-winning performances.
The Croydon-born keeper kept 17 clean sheets during the campaign and speaking after the 1-0 win over Cambridge United, said he would be open to a return to the Buckinghamshire side.
“If that’s an option (re-joining the side on loan) then definitely, I’ve feel like I’ve got unfinished business here,” he said.
“So, if there’s an option to come back here then I would certainly look into it.”
Despite the pain of missing out on a play-off place in the last game, with Carlisle and Blackpool both winning leaving Wycombe in ninth place one point outside the playoffs, Blackman said he had enjoyed the season.
He said: “It’s annoying we didn’t nick it at the end, but we have done well this season.
“There’s a lot to build on, it’s been great for us going on such a good run and taking it to the end of the season, so we can build on that next season.
“It’s nice to finish on a clean sheet, and I feel like I’ve done really well to get into the team. I’ve worked really hard here and at Chelsea as well to get in and stay in the team.
“I don’t really know what’s the aim for next season, today was the main thing I was just thinking about that.
“I’ll go back to Chelsea now and sit down in the summer and see where I go from here.”
Blackman had to be at his shot-stopping best to thwart the Us, pulling off a string of saves to keep Wycombe in the lead.
Blackman also paid thanks to the fans, players and staff for making his time so enjoyable at Adams Park.
He said: “There’s a lot of characters in that dressing room, meeting and training with players like Adebayo Akinfenwa, Paul Hayes, Sam Saunders, I’ve learnt a lot from them as well as getting great coaching from Barry Richardson and Gareth Ainsworth.
“I’m happy to have been a part of it. There was a couple of games where we went winning away and that was the start of it.
“I want to say a big thank you to all the fans, we’ve had some ups and downs but at the end of the day I am still learning, and I think they accepted that and gave me the time to learn.”