Turkish giants Besiktas are set to hand Ghanaian forward Kevin Prince Boateng a permanent deal at the end of the season.
The Super Lig side has proposed a two year deal for the 32-year old, who is having a good start to his career in Turkey.
Boateng has netted twice in three games, endearing him to fans of the club, who want to see him stay.
According to the Turkish sports portal Fotomac, Besiktas are in negotiations to tie the player down for another two years.
The ex-AC Milan attacker is on loan from Italian side Fiorentina.
He is expected to continue with his form when Besiktas travel to Alanyaspor of Friday night.