York City midfielder Adam Reed is wanting to stay on at the club next season according to the York Press.
The 23-year old midfielder is currently in his second stint at York having previously played for the club on loan from Sunderland in 2013. He was signed on a permanent basis on a free transfer following his release from Sunderland in January.
Since joining for his second spell, he has made 21 appearances whilst failing to score and helped the club reach the play-offs. However, unfortunately for them Fleetwood Town beat them 1-0 in the semi-final second leg to go through to the final.
The midfielder’s contract is due to expire next month and the 23-year old has expressed his desire to stay on at the League Two club.
Reed told reporters that he set to talk to manager Nigel Worthington and chairman Jason McGill next week over his future.
When asked if he wanted to stay, he said, “Definitely. Nigel has done a lot for me and obviously helped me to have a platform to play my football.
“I have the utmost respect for him and I admire him as a man and a manager. York is a brilliant club and, if the deal is the right one, I will be playing here next season.”
Later on in the interview he stated that he and his team are aware for the raised expectations from their fans for next season and are ready to gain promotion into League One following their play-off misery.