Friend to more than friend

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Well, since i started working I developed a crush on a guy at work, and I have a slight suspicion that when I started (about 2 years ago) he liked me, but I don't know for certain. He always flirts with me, throws paper balls at me, we enjoy chatting to each other and we always make each other smile no matter how dumb the joke may have been, we always smile at each other when we make eye contact.
He had a thing for another girl at work. They went out for one night, but she shattered him by saying that she wanted to concentrate on school work, two weeks later she ended with three guys. My crush for him susided then, and he started making more of an effort to talk with me.
He gives me lifts home after work and is a very genuine person. It has gotten to the point that I am about to burst and tell him, what I want advice on is whether this sounds like a really good friendship, if there is potential for a realtionship and how would I approach him to say how I feel. My guess is to appear as casual as possible, but I'm confused.
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You are right, casual is the right approach and based on what you said, it sounds like he will respond in kind.

Good luck,

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