Andre Boucaud keen to stay at Notts County
ANDRE Boucaud says Notts County are his No.1 choice and he hopes to sort out a permanent deal with the club when his loan from non-league Luton Town ends in January.
The midfielder, 28, scored his first league goal in eight years in the 2-1 win against Coventry City.
He has been in great form since joining Notts in the summer which will have alerted other clubs.
But Boucaud is loving life with the Magpies and wants to stay and try to help them win promotion.
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"I'm happy with my performances and I'm happy I'm here," he said.
"Hopefully in January something can happen. All I can do is play as well as I can.
"It's up to Notts to get in touch with Luton."
Boucaud fired Notts 1-0 ahead against the Sky Blues with a wonder strike from 25 yards.
"I couldn't believe it when it opened up for me," he added. "They gave me so much space I had no choice but to shoot.
"I knew it was in as soon as I hit it and scoring just before half-time gave us a big boost.
"It's a huge win and we've got to keep trying to climb up the table."
Notts are fifth in League One ahead of their home games against Bournemouth and Doncaster Rovers this week.
But while they are now unbeaten in 14 away league games, they have lost three times at Meadow Lane this season.
"There is no point winning at Coventry and then tossing it away against Bournemouth," said Boucaud. "Hopefully we can put our home form right.
"We have just got to go out and play how we know we can play."