Mingoia open to Stanley stay

Piero Mingoia would be happy to extend his loan spell at Accrington if it means continued first-team opportunities.

Last Updated: 15/10/12 at 18:36

Mingoia: Relishing Stanley chance

Mingoia: Relishing Stanley chance

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The Watford midfielder joined Stanley last month and is due to remain at the Crown Ground until January 1.

And having broken into Paul Cook's starting line-up in recent weeks, the 20-year-old is open to a longer stay in east Lancashire.

Mingoia said: "So far it's gone great and if I carry on playing the matches and the coaching staff like me then I'd be delighted.

"If it's a decision between going back to Watford and not playing or staying here and playing, to be honest that's a very easy decision for me."

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