The striker was a success at St Andrew’s after joining Aston Villa in the January transfer window.
He has scored seven goals in eight appearances after entering into a prolific partnership with Lukas Jutkiewicz.
Blues would love to convert his loan move into a full-time contract and Hogan has opened the door to a move if the opportunity arises.
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He told BoyleSports, “I made friends there, they made me feel at home, so I’ll be happy to do it if that happens. “
Hogan cost Brentford Villa £ 12 million in 2017 after excelling under Dean Smith at Griffin Park, but he did not make a single championship debut under the B6 boss last season.
He finished the 2018/19 campaign at Sheffield United and started it in Stoke City before being sent to the Blues.
Everything is set up under Pep Clotet for the 28-year-old player who still has 12 months on his contract at Villa Park.
“It went very well, yes,” added Hogan. “I always thought I could do it, but it’s just about getting regular games and I haven’t had that for two or three years now, so it’s been difficult.
“I started on the right foot and it seems to have started from there. Personally, I did well, but as a team, we could have done better.
“What happened happened and put an end to it, but I hope we can come back and I can continue where I left off.
“Look, this is totally out of my hands. I think there are clauses in my contract with Villa and things like that that can stipulate what can happen.
“With what has happened right now, I have had calls with my agent about certain things and we both agreed that we need to get rid of these things and then hopefully the, end the season.
“Because of the pandemic, we were unable to leave the house. It can be stressful to be in the house and I just want to stop and not have to worry or hope to return to football.
“So, I haven’t really thought about anything like that because right now it’s not in my hands. I still have a year left at Villa. “