Bolton midfielder Liam Feeney, who is on loan at Ipswich Town for the remainder of the season, is hopeful of a permanent deal at Portman Road in the summer, according to TWTD.
The midfielder, who only secured a temporary deal to Ipswich yesterday, is already feeling at home in East Anglia having expressing his desire to stay.
The 29-year-olds contract is up in the summer and he will be looking for a new club as Bolton look to make significant cuts in the squad due to their deflated finances.
Feeney has scored five goals in 41 appearances for the club this term, and will swap the battle between relegation for a place in the play-offs, as Ipswich lie in 8th place – 1 point off the top six.
The midfielder will be looking to significantly impress Mick McCarthy during his loan spell in order for the manager to be persuaded to offer him a contract.
“With my contract up in a few months I wasn’t thinking I’d be in a long queue waiting to be fixed up,” said Feeney.
“I was pretty confident in my own ability that it would work out fine. I’ve been playing well this season for Bolton and now I’ve come here I want to continue that.
“If I can do well for Ipswich we might get something sorted here. It’s a nice situation for me to be in, coming from a club that is struggling to a club that is pushing for promotion.
“I just want to make sure I play to the best of my ability and hope the rest can take care of itself.”
Feeney will be looking to make his first impression as he is in the Ipswich side to face a revived Rotherham United on Saturday.
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