Could you please tell me the meaning of "to see more of" in the following excerpt from the chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald? Does it mean to stay longer with?
“Please don’t hurry,” Gatsby urged them. He had control of himself now and he wanted to see more of Tom. “Why don’t you—why don’t you stay for supper? I wouldn’t be surprised if some other people dropped in from New York.”