Millwall defender Danny McNamara wants to remain at The Den and sign a new long-term contract with the club.
McNamara has started each of the Lions’ previous three matches in all competitions following his return from his successful loan spell in Scotland with St Johnstone.
The 22-year-old, lifelong Millwall supporter, only made his debut during the FA Cup third-round win over Boreham Wood earlier this month.
But after an impressive display against the Non-League outfit, McNamara has been preferred to Mahlon Romeo in the right-back role for the Championship games with Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest.
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The defender will be hoping to make a fourth consecutive start in all competitions when the Lions travel to Huddersfield Town on Wednesday.
And McNamara, whose deal in SE16 runs out at the end of the campaign, is keen on extending his stay at The Den.
Asked about his future, he told NewsatDen: “Yeah, 100 per cent, 100 per cent. It’s a no-brainer, hopefully we can get the ball rolling and get my signature on the paper.
“Millwall is my priority at the moment.”
Whilst Gary Rowett will be hoping to add to his squad this month, securing the long-term future of youngsters like McNamara are equally important.
McNamara has made a strong start since returning back from St Johnstone, and has already been an excellent addition to the Lions squad.
NewsatDen also confirmed that the right-back has been offered a new deal, so there’s no reason as why an agreement won’t be finalised in the coming weeks.