Pavel Pogrebnyak wants Fulham stay

Pav eyes Fulham stay: Loan star Pogrebnyak sees future at Craven Cottage

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10:27 GMT, 29 March 2012

Pavel Pogrebnyak says he wants to make his loan move to Fulham a permanent one.

The Russia international, on loan from Stuttgart, has scored five goals in as many appearances since his Craven Cottage arrival on January deadline day.

Eye on the ball: Pogrebnyak is hopeful of extending his Fulham stay

Eye on the ball: Pogrebnyak is hopeful of extending his Fulham stay

Pogrebnyak will be a free agent at the end of the season when his contract with Stuttgart expires, and the 28-year-old is hopeful of extending his stay with the west London club.

'I need a coach like (Martin) Jol and would love to stay in England and continue to work with him,' said Pogrebnyak.

'A conversation with the club's leadership will be held in the near future.

'The English game is faster than in Germany, and there are a lot of battles. But I think I've got used to it.'