Bolton defender, Matt Mills has said he would love to stay with current club Wanderers but reveals there have been no talks regarding a new deal, reports talkSPORT.
The 28 year old, who is out of contract at the end of the season, was linked with a move to Fulham during the January transfer window, but no move ever materialised.
Speaking to The Bolton News about a possible stay, Mills said:
“Of course I would – since the manager came in he’s been brilliant and it’s a great bunch of lads, so why not?”
He went on to say:
“I’m loving my time here but contract talks haven’t really taken place.
“If and when they do we’ll see if they are appreciated, or if my services are not required then my contract finishes in the summer. So all I can do is try and perform to the best I can and help the team any which way possible.”
The defender-cum-emergency striker confirmed his certainty of signing a new contract if one was offered by saying:
“If the time comes where there is a contract in front of me to sign, then I will sign it.
“But that’s obviously not happened yet.”
The former Maanchester City man, Mills, joined Bolton from Leicester in July of 2012 for a fee of £2.2 million. During his time with Wanderers, Mills has made 84 appearances and has scored 7 goals. In total, he has made 308 career appearances (Source: TransferMarkt)