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MURPH: I WANT TO STAY

7 March 2013

Survival the priority but then Daryl looking to extend time with Blues as he rules out Celtic return

Daryl Murphy has told the Club website that he hopes he will be able to prolong his stay at Portman Road beyond this season. 

The Republic of Ireland international is on loan at Town from Celtic until the end of the season, with his contract due up with the Scottish Premier League club in the summer. 

“I won’t be going back to Celtic,” Daryl told the Club website. “My contract is up at the end of the season and then I will become a free agent and we will see what happens after that. 

“Everyone knows how much I like it at Ipswich – I’m one of the long serving players having been here three times on loan! 

“The priority is to see Ipswich stay up this season and nothing will be looked at until that can be achieved but after that then I hope something can be sorted out because obviously I’d like to stay here. It’s a great football club.”

Subscribers to Ipswich Player can watch the full interview with Daryl and Town boss Mick McCarthy in Kick Off tomorrow as they look forward to the weekend visit to Peterborough.

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