Full-back Michael Harriman is hoping to stay at Kenilworth Road next year after admitting he has been ‘won over’ by the Luton supporters.
The 22-year-old quickly became an ever-present after joining the club on loan from Premier League side QPR back in October.
“I want to be here as much as I can, the fans have been fantastic since I’ve been here, they’ve won me over I can safely say.”Michael Harriman
He started every game, making 39 appearances in total, scoring twice, and now the season is over, reiterated his desire to be back on a permanent basis next term.
Harriman said: “Now we can start pushing to see if we can get something nailed down here.
“I want to be here as much as I can, the fans have been fantastic since I’ve been here, they’ve won me over I can safely say.
“From the minute I got here, they’ve always supported me. As a young player to have the fans’ backing is always massive, so I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve got to say thankyou to them for welcoming me here, it’s a special place for me now and I can see me being here for a long time.”
Harriman, who is out of contract at Loftus Road in the summer, confirmed he will now be talking to the Super Hoops about a move to Kenilworth Road.
While the defender was delighted to hear that Town captain Steve McNulty had backed his addition to the ranks too.
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