Most Helpful Guy
1. You make it clear that you are SEXUALLY (and perhaps also romantically) interested in him. That doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to give him easy causal sex, but it tells him that you see him as at least a POTENTIAL partner.
2. If he doesn't respond to CLEAR and OVERT signs of sexual interest from you, then forget him and move on. Don't try to be his "friend" because he won't see it that way either. Either you'll be an ACQUAINTANCE or you'll be someone he's sexually (and maybe romantically) interested in. There really isn't an in-between with most guys, even if they refuse to admit it (even to themselves).
No one can PUT you in the "FriendZone" but you. They can decide to let you into their "relationship zone" or not, but if they don't let you into THAT zone, then it is YOUR choice to be in their "FriendZone" (which, again, is really their acquaintance zone). You should also know this: for most men, they can tell the first time they spend any significant time with you whether they have feelings for you or not - and if they don't then, they likely never will, so you're wasting your time hoping they'll change.
Guys don't "grow" to fall in love with someone - it either happens right from the start, or it never happens. Girls don't really work that way - they often fall in love with a guy over time, but you should not assume that guys work that way too, because the vast majority do not.0
Most Helpful Girl
if you're in the friendzone it's because he just doesn't like you, how do you make a guy like you? that's a hard one, each guy is different but most are visual, you can try seeing what kind of women he's dated to have an idea on how to become more attractive to his eyes
if you're friends you don't have to change anything personality wise I guess, because he already likes that
good luck 👍0