Sheffield Wednesday’s loaned in defender Michael Hector has admitted he is unsure of what his long-term future holds, with his loan spell at Hillsborough coming to an end at the end of the season.
Defender Michael Hector has told the Sheffield Star that he “can’t say much” about his long-term future, with his loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday due to end at the end of the season.
After joining Premier League giants Chelsea, Hector was sucked into the ‘loan brigade’ at Stamford Bridge. He signed after an impressive 2014/15 season with Reading but is yet to make a single appearance for the Blues since his arrival.
Hector has been sent out on loan spells to former club Reading, German side Eintracht Frankfurt, Hull City and now Sheffield Wednesday. During his time with the Owls, he has performed well, playing 24 games so far this season.
However, he has admitted that he is unsure where his long-term future lies.
“I can’t say much on that,” Hector said when asked about his future.
“It is down to the manager. All I can do is play. If he (Steve Bruce) wants me to play, I will play and give 110 per cent. It is down to him and behind the scenes to make a decision on who is here and who is not here for next season.
“All I can do is focus on each game. If I look too far ahead, then your form can drop and anything can happen.”
The 26-year-old Jamaican international went on to add how much he has enjoyed playing for Wednesday, paying tribute to the club and fans.
“I’m loving every minute of it so far,” he added.
“It has been a pleasure to play for Sheffield Wednesday. It is a massive club. I didn’t realise how big the club was until after I joined. The fanbase is amazing. It has been a joy to play here.”