Rob Kiernan who is currently on loan at Gary Rowett’s Birmingham City from league rivals Wigan Athletic, has revealed, that should he be surplus requirements at his parent club then he would love to make a permanent move to St.Andrews.
Having previously worked with current blues boss Gary Rowett at former club Burton Albion, Kiernan couldn’t resist the opportunity to link up with his old manager when the chance came round.
Having only made four appearances since Uwe Rosler departed the DW stadium, the former Republic of Ireland under 21 captain has soon become a firm favourite at the Blues, as he kept two clean sheets in his first two games, both of which were 1-0 wins.
Speaking to Birmingham Mail, Kiernan revealed that if things at Wigan didn’t work out at the end of the season then Birmingham would be a club he would love to play for.
He said: “If they thought I wasn’t a Wigan Athletic player or wasn’t in their plans then this would be a club I would definitely like to come and play for.”
Gary Rowett’s men currently sit in 14th position in the Sky Bet Championship, having accrued 46 points from 36 league games thus far this campaign.