Conor Coady believes this current loan spell has improved him as a player and says he wouldn't be against extending his time with the Blades until the end of the season.
Speaking ahead of Saturday's home clash with Gillingham, the former England U20 captain remarked: "I am very happy here.
"It is a fantastic club. All the lads and the staff have made me feel very welcome and the fans have been great too.
"I am enjoying every moment at the club. The move has been really beneficial for me. I feel I have developed by playing regular first-team football.
"If staying all season is an option, it would definitely be something I would look at, but that is down to both clubs really.
"Right now, I am just concentrating on getting my head down, playing well and we will see what happens."
The 20-year-old started his first game under Nigel Clough in last Saturday's FA Cup tie against Colchester United and Coady is determined to prove his worth to the Blades recently appointed manager.
The versatile midfielder added: "I have had to wait for my chance under the new Gaffer so I was really made up to play in the FA Cup.
"I played in a bit of an unfamiliar role on the right hand side of midfield but I enjoyed it and hopefully I will be involved at the weekend when we return to action at Bramall Lane."