PAWEL ABBOTT would be happy to consider making a permanent move to Town.
The 21-year-old Preston striker has been a big hit with three goals in four matches since signing on loan.
Preston manager Craig Brown has confirmed he will not extend Abbott's loan beyond this Sunday, so it's up to Town to make a cash offer if they want to keep him for a promotion push.
"If the situation remains the same at Preston (where he is well down the pecking order) I would definitely consider coming here for first-team football," said Abbott.
"I'm really enjoying myself, it's a great team to play in and a brilliant set-up. The support we get is really important to me as well - superb."
Town are expecting over 800 to travel to Brunton Park for tomorrow's clash with Kevin Gray, Tom Cowan, Chris Billy and Co, who lost 4-1 at Torquay on Saturday.
Tickets priced £14 adults and £5 concessions are on sale at the McAlpine until 3pm tomorrow. At Carlisle, they can be bought from the Portakabin near the away turnstiles.