Bunn open to Blades stay

Sheffield United's on-loan forward Harry Bunn is keen on a longer-term stay at Bramall Lane.

Last Updated: 13/09/13 at 11:48

Harry Bunn: Keen to extend stay

Harry Bunn: Keen to extend stay

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The 20-year-old arrived in South Yorkshire on an initial one-month deal on transfer deadline day from Manchester City and he made his debut in last weekend's derby defeat at Rotherham.

He is hoping to feature from the off at Carlisle on Saturday and would be happy to stay with David Weir's men as long as possible.

"I am enjoying it so far, it has been a good couple weeks. I have just got at it straight away, that's what you have to do," he told Press Association Sport.

"I am hoping something could happen in the long-term but we will just have to see how this first month goes.

"It's a massive club, it's a similar stature to Manchester City and other Premier League clubs, so it would be a great club to come to.

"I have played at Bramall Lane before, it's a great place to play and it's so noisy.

"The gaffer has been played at the top level and that's a great for us to learn from, especially the younger lads here."

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