The German, who is playing at Anderlecht on a season-long loan deal from Manchester City, has hit the ground running in Belgium with 10 goals in 17 Jupiler Pro League outings so far this season.
The striker was previously shipped off on loan spells at current Championship sides Middlesbrough and Preston North End, along with Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg, prior to his current stint at Lotto Park.
And Nmecha insists he is keen on signing for a club on a permanent basis after the current campaign and revealed he is not ruling out the possibility of playing for Anderlecht for an extended period.
“After this season I no longer want to be loaned out”, Nmecha told Belgian magazine Sport/Voetbalmagazine.
“I want to stay with the same club for one, two, three or even four years.
“I also do not rule out an extended stay at Anderlecht.
“Moving and getting used to a new environment is difficult.
“Even the best footballers in the world need an adjustment period.”
The Manchester City contracted star feels that a good season at Anderlecht can be a key point in his career and strengthen his hand over a future move.
“I am one hundred percent convinced of that [that a good season with Anderlecht will be key for my career].
“It is now going well for me at Anderlecht and the better I perform, the stronger my negotiating position will be.
“I will then be able to weigh up all my options myself for the first time.”
Nmecha is due back in Manchester at the end of the current campaign and his current contract at the Etihad is set to expire in the summer of 2022.