Caddis rules out Robins return

Birmingham's on-loan Swindon midfielder Paul Caddis believes he will not be welcomed back at The County Ground.

Last Updated: 10/12/12 at 17:12

Caddis: Keen on Blues stay

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The former Robins captain made the season-long loan move to St Andrew's on August's transfer deadline day after a disagreement with Paolo Di Canio and is hoping to make his stay with Blues a permanent one.

"I'm here until the end of the season, we just need to wait and see what happens to be honest," he said.

"Obviously the window opens in January, I don't think I'll be welcome back at Swindon, that's for sure.

"I'll be looking to play as many games for Birmingham and try to get myself a permanent move here."

Caddis made a quick recovery from a shoulder injury sustained in September and has started their last three Championship games.

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