Cardiff City’s Lex Immers has said he wants to stay at the club beyond this season.

The 29-year-old midfielder moved on loan to the Bluebirds in January from Dutch club Feyenoord. Since the transfer he has made four appearances, scoring two goals.

Immers’ loan will end at the season and after impressing in the appearances he has made, questions have turned to what he will be doing in the future.

And it was revealed in today’s press conference that Immers does want to stay at Cardiff after his loan ends in the summer, but is unsure if the club will want to keep him.

He has also said that he isn’t thinking too much about what will happen beyond May. Instead his full focus right now is on trying to get the team into the Championship play offs.

Talking ahead of the game against Preston North End, Immers told Wales Online: “I hope I can stay longer here but that’s not my decision. That’s a decision between the clubs and what happens in the summer with Cardiff. I haven’t heard anything.”

“But where I look to is reaching the play­offs, win matches like Preston who are one point behind us. They’ve had a good few weeks, it’s important we win matches like this. That’s what I’m focusing on not what happens in the summer. After the play­offs I hope.”

“I’m very confident, look at the Brighton game. We played with new forwards like Pilks (Anthony Pilkington), (Tom) Lawrence and me. It was the first time we have played together but it looked like we have been playing for years. We talked a lot, and I have settled in quick with them. If we play every match like that then we will reach the play­offs.”