Ghanaian youngster Godsway Donyoh is unsure whether he will remain at Djurgarden beyond his loan spell.
The 18-year-old is on a season’s-long loan deal with the Swedish top flight side from English giants Manchester City.
Donyoh has been in a rich vein of form in recent games – scoring twice in two starts for the Blue Stripes.
His top form has come as a result of consistent first team action in the Swedish Allsvenskan – something he is not assured of at Man City.
The Right to Dream Academy graduate is however not sure what holds for his future as he will return to England when his loan spell expires.
“I am here on loan which means I will return to Manchester City at the end of the season,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I don’t know what will happen afterwards, it will be all up to City to decide on my future.”
The Ghanaian is without a UK work permit which means he will be unable to feature for Man City in the Premier League.
He however hopes his situation changes soon so he can fulfil his dream of playing at the highest level of English football.
“I am not eligible for a work permit because I have not played for the national team as required,” he adds.
“But am sure as I keep working hard and maintain my form things will get only better for me.”