Danny Graham has revealed he does indeed wish to stay with Blackburn Rovers, though he has conceded talks in regards to a permanent deal have stalled, according to the Lancashire Telegraph.
The Sunderland forward moved to Ewood Park after a nightmare spell on Wearside and has been back in the goals.
Scoring six goals in the 16 games he’s appeared in since his move, it is the best form the 30-year old has been in since his Swansea days.
Out of contract with the Black Cats this summer, the former Hull City marksman is all but certain to leave the Stadium of Light after a torrid spell.
While he has admitted he is enjoying life with Blackburn, he has conceded uncertainty over the managerial position could effect his move.
Paul Lambert is reportedly unhappy with life at the club after failing to receive the right backing from the owners.
It’s been a turbulent few months for the former Aston Villa and Norwich coach, who had vowed to improve their fortunes after an alarming slide from the Premier League in 2012.
Star striker Jordan Rhodes was sold over the course of the January transfer window, a move that appears to undermine any real ambitions to push for promotion.
The Scot has been linked with a return to former club Celtic should he leave.
When asked about his future, Graham replied: ‘It’s gone a bit quiet on that front.’
‘I think the gaffer is trying to find out himself from the owners so I can’t really comment on that.’
‘Would I like to stay? Then yes. But it’s out of my hands at the moment.’
Blackburn fans, would you like to see Graham stick around? Is he an excellent striker at this level?