On loan Peterborough United midfielder Mark O’Hara has revealed he’d love to remain at current club Lincoln City, after his recent run of matches in the side.
O’Hara endured a tough spell at London Road after moving down from Scotland in the summer, but a move to Sincil Bank has revitalised the youngster.
He’s been a regular for them since making the switch and has proven to be a shrewd acquisition, as Danny Cowley’s side edge closer to League One football and possibly the title.
The 23-year-old told BBC Radio Lincolnshire, via The Stacey West yesterday that he’d be ‘100%’ keen on a move to the club, revealing talks had already taken place between him and Cowley.
The former Kilmarnock man has bagged one goal for the Imps, earning them a crucial 1-0 victory against Yeovil a couple of weeks ago, but he’s been in the starting line up since Lee Frecklington went out with injury in February.
It’s fair to say Lincoln fans would be delighted to see the towering midfielder link up permanently. With his deadly aerial ability and impressive work rate, they’re keen to see him extend his stay beyond his current loan spell, as you can see below.
Another sign how far the club has progressed. Good loan players loving in their time at Lincoln and wanting to stay. #imps
— Roy T (CambridgeImp) (@Camimp83) April 4, 2019
I'd love him to sign, thought he was MOM contender against Macc.
— Andy Helson (@andyhelson) April 4, 2019
Not sure how keen he was to come initially, but when they get here, they love it.
— SJC (@StephenJCme) April 4, 2019
Wont be cheap. But exactly the player the cowleys like. Big, strong, combative, mobile. Be a great signing.
— philip dainty (@philbauer81) April 4, 2019
Haven't seen as many live games as I'd like to have done this season @Staceywestblog but from what I've seen both live and on iFollow he looks a class act to me. Would be a great signing.
— Martin Froggatt (@FroggattDesigns) April 4, 2019
Last paragraph is spot on- O'Hara is the future. We will need to build again when promoted. A few 30+ players, key players, cannot play forever and O'Hara has future club captain written all over him. Top player.
— Si N Neat Tomlinson (@vinceandpen) April 4, 2019
Would be a great addition
— Stevefree (@Stevefree7) April 4, 2019