Ward hopes for Swindon stay

Swindon's on-loan defender Darren Ward would like to make his stay in Wiltshire a permanent one after becoming a regular at The County Ground.

Last Updated: 14/11/12 at 15:13

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The centre-back, 34, made the loan move from Millwall in August and has barely missed a match since as Paolo Di Canio's side have adapted well to League One football.

Ward told the Swindon Advertiser: "It is up to the manager, but I am very happy here and I am pleased with how things have been going, although it is the club's decision.

"All I have been doing is playing and enjoying it, and hopefully that can continue and I can carry on contributing to where the club wants to go.

"It would be very interesting and something I would be keen on, but it is still a little way away and hopefully we can continue to do well."

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