ADAM BOGDAN is loving life at Hibs so much he wants to make the move permanent next summer.
Brendan Rodgers took keeper Bogdan from Bolton to Anfield in 2015, in what has been a lucrative but frustrating four year deal.
Since then Bogdan, 31, has played just six times for Liverpool, and was sidelined for over a year after tearing a cruciate ligament on loan at Wigan.
Itís no wonder the Hungarian international is enjoying the chance of regular first team football at Easter Road.
Bogdan already knows heíll be leaving Anfield for good next May, so he would be happy with a long-term Easter Road deal.
Bogdan said: ďYes, of course, as Hibs is a very appealing club and Edinburgh is fantastic.
ďI have a season-long loan at Easter Road, and Iím very happy in the city and at Hibs.
ďThe support from the fans is great and the people at the club are fantastic.
ďMy contract with Liverpool finishes at the end of the season, but there is no pressure on me about where I will go next.
ďI was out injured for a long time, so I want to enjoy what Iím doing and perform the best I can in every game.
ďI have a mindset of enjoying my game and trying to improve, and play as many matches as possible.Ē
Bogdan has impressed, conceding less than a goal-a-game on average so far, although he did lose four at Celtic Park.
That defeat started a run of just one point from four games going into the international break, as Hibs slid into the bottom six.
Friday nightís loss to a stunning Gary Mackay-Steven strike at Aberdeen showed where boss Neil Lennonís problems lie at the moment.
It was the third straight game where Hibs have failed to score, but Bogdan expects them to put that right before facing struggling Dundee on Saturday.
Bogdan added: ďApart from the Celtic game we havenít lost many goals if you watch the last seven or eight matches.
ďBut we havenít scored in the last three games which isnít like us because we have been playing well and scoring a lot.