Millwall midfielder Shaun Williams is yet to hold talks over a new contract.

The 33-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season.

Williams, who is a Republic of Ireland international with two caps to his name, has played for the Lions since 2014 and has racked up over 200 appearances for the London side.

He has said, as per News at Den: “There’s been nothing yet. I just need to keep plugging away and see what happens.”

I need to sit down with the club and it will be up to Steve (Kavanagh, chief executive) and the club how they view it from a financial perspective, which of course as a manager I’m not going to get involved in just yet without really knowing the structure and those players a little bit better.”

The Den.

He added: “Until I have those conversations I’m not going to mislead with the wrong answer. Those things will probably be a little bit clearer in the next three or four weeks. To make those decisions you want to see those players in six, seven, eight games before you start to nail those ideas down.”

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Williams has been a key player for Millwall over the past five seasons since joining them from MK Dons. He adds experience and another option into their midfield and could be worth giving another year to by the new Lions boss Gary Rowett.


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