HARRY Toffolo has dropped his biggest hint yet that he would like to stay at the County Ground beyond the end of his loan deal.

The Norwich loanee has endeared himself to Swindon with his behaviour on and off the pitch and is now a key part of Mark Cooper’s promotion chasing side.

However there was uncertainty whether Toffolo would return to Norfolk at the end of the transfer window, but the collapse of first choice left back Martin Olsson’s move to West Brom means he is virtually certain to stay with Town until the end of the season.

It would appear his future in Norfolk is determined on a couple of factors, Olsson’s future being one. The other would be if Norwich were to gain promotion back to the top flight, thus reducing the likelihood of his breakthrough into the team.

Toffolo’s contract with Norwich expires at the end of the season, and depending on whether or not his parent club exercise their option on his contract, the 19-year-old will have a decision to make.

Speaking to Town legend Andy Rowland for Community TV station Swindon Viewpoint, the Norwich loanee discussed his time with the Robins so far and his desire to stay at the club.

“The ball’s out of my court but I’d love to stay at Swindon,” said Toffolo.

“My contract is up at the end of the season but I have a one-year option, but it’s a club option, so (Norwich) can say whether keep me or not.

“I can speak to Swindon and Norwich and see what they think but if I go back and Norwich say ‘we want you around the first team’ things could be different. I have to weight up my options there.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Swindon and I don’t see why I’d want it to end.”