Hutchinson happy at Fir Park

Shaun Hutchinson claims to be happy at Motherwell and is paying little attention to speculation regarding a switch.

Last Updated: 10/07/13 at 10:08 Post Comment

Shaun Hutchinson: Prepared to discuss fresh terms at Motherwell

Shaun Hutchinson: Prepared to discuss fresh terms at Motherwell

The highly-rated defender was the subject of a failed bid from Millwall last season and is reported to be attracting further interest during the summer transfer window.

The 22-year-old is, however, in no rush to leave Fir Park.

Hutchinson has been part of the set-up at Motherwell since 2007 and admits he would be willing to sit down and discuss a contract extension at some stage in the near future.

He told the Daily Record: "There was a bid from Millwall last season but I didn't take any notice of it.

"If something happens in the future, then it happens, but for the moment I'm happy here.

"Motherwell haven't said anything about a new contract but we may start to talk about it towards Christmas.

"This is the start of my seventh year here. I came up as a 16-year-old ad have a complete life up here now."

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