Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Yerson Mosquera was on loan at MLS side FC Cincinnati last year and returned to Molineux in January, where he had no place under Gary O’Neil.

Wolves allowed the 22-year-old to join Villarreal on a loan deal in the winter market and he’s featured regularly for the La Liga side, making 11 appearances in all competitions.

Villarreal don’t have an option or obligation to make his stay permanent and he should return to the Premier League side in the summer. That’s according to Marca, who add the defender hopes to continue with the Spanish club.

Marca also had a chat with the Colombia international, during which he talked about his desire to continue with the Yellow Submarine. He also remains hopeful a new deal can be agreed for his transfer.

“I have expressed it before: I like Villarreal, LaLiga and I want to be able to continue providing what I can to the team. I know that not everything depends on me, but on my part, I leave everything open so that an agreement can be reached,” he said.

This isn’t the first time the Wolves owned centre-back has talked about his future. Earlier this month, Mosquera had expressed his wish to extend his stay at Villarreal.

The Colombia international’s current deal at Wolves lasts until 2026, and the latter will have to make a decision on his future after this season.

Meanwhile, the South American stated the loan move to Villarreal has helped him with his development.

“It’s a very nice experience. I’m growing a lot as a player and personally. I hadn’t had the opportunity to play on a pitch as nice as Athletic’s, but to feel that there are clubs that can compete with you and make demands, you can get a very good experience. I’m happy, that’s what I’ve expressed from minute one, the way I’ve been adapting here in LaLiga,” Mosquera explained.