LEON Best is remaining coy on his Blackburn Rovers future.

The striker is set to return to Rovers at the end of the season once his loan at Championship rivals Sheffield Wednesday runs out.

But he admits he is ‘loving’ being back at the Owls for a third loan spell.

Best said: “I love it here, it’s like a second home to me.

"It’s been easy for me to come here and train and play and just enjoy my football.

“It’s football and anything can happen but I’ve got two and a half years left on my contract with Blackburn.”

Best has scored three goals in eight games for Stuart Gray’s Owls after spending four months out of the first-team picture at Rovers.

The Republic of Ireland international said: “It was a frustrating time at Blackburn not playing and I thank Stuart for the chance.

“It was hard at first, getting back into it and playing games when you’re nowhere near fit.”