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HARRIMAN HOPEFUL OF HATTERS RETURN

14 January 2015

Defender would love to stay on for the season

Michael Harriman is hoping that the Hatters’ goalless draw with Shrewsbury last week isn’t the last he’s played in Luton Town colours.


The 22-year-old defender had been an ever-present in the Town side after arriving on-loan from Queens Park Rangers in October.


But Harriman will only be allowed to return to Kenilworth Road on a deal until the end of the season as the Hatters have already extended the loan twice.


And the former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international admitted there would be nothing more he would like than to stay at Kenilworth Road for the rest of the season.


“I want to stay, definitely,” said Harriman. “I’ve really enjoyed my time here and the fans have been brilliant.


“I know the two clubs are in discussions but we’ll wait and see. I’ve loved it here and I’d definitely want to stay for longer. It’s out of my hands, it’s up to the manager to decide. All I can do is focus on playing my game.”


For the latest news on Harriman’s future, as well as the latest transfer and injury news from John Still, log-on to lutontown.co.uk on Thursday when the boss gives his weekly press conference.


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