Barnsley midfielder Mike Bahre is keen to remain with at Oakwell next season, as reported by the Sheffield Star.
The 23-year-old is on a season-long loan from German side Hannover 96, formerly managed by current Tykes boss Daniel Stendel.
After a quiet start to his career in England he’s settled well and has 17 starts to his name, with a further ten appearances from the bench in the league. Now, he’s revealed his desire to remain at Oakwell amongst a ‘quality’ set of players.
“I want to stay but I need to concentrate on our season and talk at the end of the season,” he said.
“I can’t say anything yet, I want to stay but we will have to see at the end of the season. Our team, I feel so comfortable here, we have so much quality.”
The club have an option to make the move permanent in the summer and Bahre paid tribute to the man set to make he decision, Daniel Stendel.
“He gives me the opportunity to come here and get time on the pitch. He is an important person for me.”
The Tykes are currently second in League One, hunting an immediate return to the Championship. They lead Sunderland by two points, having played a game more.
He’s been a significant figure for Barnsley of late, not least due to the injury situation around the club.
Stendel must be thinking of keeping him at Oakwell, he’s played plenty of games and developed as the season has gone one.