Naylor Loan Extended?
Thursday, 21st Feb 2002 14:36
Millwall are keen to extend Richard Naylor's spell at the New Den to the end of the season, however Naylor himself is as yet unsure whether he wants to stay longer with the Lions or return to Portman Road.
Naylor has been getting first team football since joining Mark McGhee's club, although he missed the match with Watford on Tuesday due to suspension.
The Leeds-born striker says he will speak to Mark McGhee and George Burley before he makes a decision: "I'm open-minded at the moment and know that I can go back to Ipswich and be a member of the squad again. I'm getting first team football once more and that's great. I've been at Ipswich for seven years and possobly I've been cocooned a bit. I want regular first-team football again and Millwall are an ambitious club, but I also have a hankering to try once more at Portman Road."
Naylor has failed to score since his move three weeks ago, although he has hit the post a couple of times.
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