Striker Tom Brashaw says he is yet to hold talks with Millwall about the possibility of him signing a new deal with the club.
Bradshaw’s current deal at The Den is set to expire at the end of this season, although the club do have the option to extend his contract by a further 12 months, which would secure his future at the club until the summer of 2022.
However, it seems as though events have prevented Bradshaw from holding discussion with the club about taking up that option, or signing a longer term deal with the Lions.
Speaking to London News Online about the prospect of a new contract with Millwall, Bradshaw said: “With everything that has been going on and how hectic it has been I haven’t had the chance to speak to the club yet.
“There is a one-year option if the club decide to take it up. I’m sure there will be a conversation on that.”
Indeed, it seems a new deal with Millwall is certainly something that Bradshaw would be pleased with, as the 28-year-old added: “I’m definitely happy to stay. We’ve got our roots down here and have bought a house in the area, my little girl goes to nursery. So we’re really settled.
“I love playing for the club and it’s a really special group of lads, so on that front I’d love to be at Millwall. I love representing the club.”
Having joined Millwall from Barnsley in the summer of 2018, Bradshaw has gone on to make 63 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring 11 goals and providing two assists in that time.
You do feel as though a new contract for Bradshaw would be a smart move for Millwall to make.
The striker really emerged as an important player for the club last season, and they are unlikely to want to loose his influence if they do not have to.
With the player himself keen to stay, it would be no surprise if a deal was to get done, although you feel the club’s priority over the next week or so should mainly be ensuring they finish the transfer window with as strong a squad as is possible, before turning their attention to contracts such as Bradshaw’s.