Skipper to turn back on Dons

AFC Wimbledon captain Jamie Stuart has revealed he has options on the table as he prepares to leave the club this summer.

Last Updated: 25/04/12 at 17:49

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The 35-year-old defender is looking to enjoy a winning end to his Dons career over the remaining two games of the campaign having regained a starting berth for the last three matches.

Stuart's contract expires in June and the veteran believes he has more years left in him as he prepares to consider his next move.

"I have always said I will give my best if asked to wear the shirt again," he told AFC Wimbledon's official website. "I have done that and I want to finish the season on a high.

"We played well at Crawley and we were determined to beat Torquay, which we did. We wanted to give our home fans a good performance and I think we did that. At the moment it is going well and I hope that continues until the end of the season.

"I am as fit as a fiddle and have played over 30 games this season, and for anybody that is not bad. I am very confident and I have a couple of options for next season. I will just have to wait until the summer."

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