Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ben Marshall is open to staying at Millwall beyond the expiry of his loan deal at the end of the season, according to News at Den.
Marshall joined Millwall on loan from Wolves in the January transfer window and he has been an integral part of their success as they surged up the table and into play-off contention this season.
The Lions currently sit seventh in the league table but still have a chance of finishing in the play-off zone if they outperform Derby County in the last two games of the season.
And Marshall is keen to play his part in the run-in.
The 27-year-old has been superb for Millwall on the wing so far, scoring three goals and adding five assists to aid their promotion bid.
Marshall was keen to state his desire to return but also acknowledged that the primary focus is not on his future but instead of getting into the play-off spots and competing for promotion.
Talking about his future at Millwall, he said: “I know what it’s like here. If I were to go to another team I wouldn’t. I know what the manager wants here, I know what I’m getting.
“Of course I’d love to come back. But before thinking about that we’ve got to try to get into the play-offs and do as best we can. We’ll sit down after that and see what happens.”
With Wolves winning promotion to the Premier League, it is likely that he will be made available for a permanent exit this summer. Nuno sees Marshall as surplus to requirements but the experienced 27-year-old still has a lot to offer at Championship level. He is a proven Championship performer and he is able to play anywhere across the midfield or as a full back, making him an asset for any second tier side.
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