Defender Michael Harriman has confirmed he will be doing all he can to become a permanent Luton Town player next season.
The 22-year-old has made 35 appearances since joining on loan from Premier League side QPR back in October.
Town boss John Still has made it known he would like to sign Harriman, and the defender is hoping to make it happen as speaking after today’s 1-0 defeat to Burton, he said: “My thoughts are firmly here and if at the end of the season I can stay here, I’ll be happy.
“That’s my aim, I’m going to work on trying to stay here. I’ve enjoyed being at the club, enjoyed every minute of it, so I want to work hard and see what I can do.
“There were talks in January and we’ll see where we go, but I’m going to try and push it as hard as I can.”