Ipswich Town loan striker George Hirst insists no decision has been made on his future.

The 24-year-old has proved a huge hit at Portman Road since arriving in January, scoring seven goals in 22 appearances to help fire the team to League One promotion.

Parent club Leicester City - who Hirst signed a new three-year deal with last summer -currently find themselves one point above the Premier League relegation zone with four games to play.

“I don’t really know what to say. Wow. This is why I came here in January, to experience this," said Hirst, speaking moments after the final whistle sounded on last weekend's 6-0 home win against Exeter City.

“I’m ecstatic and lost for words a little bit. I can’t quite describe it. 

"When we arrived at the ground and saw that welcome I had goosebumps. I was alright up until that point, I wasn’t nervous, but then I saw that and I realised how much this means. It was crazy."

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With Town fans chanting 'sign him up', Hirst smiled: "That's always a nice feeling. It means you're doing something right!

"But that (his future) is a question for another day, I think. 

"I've absolutely loved being here and playing at Portman Road. If that is to continue then great. 

"I'm loving being here. This is without a doubt the most I've enjoyed my football.

"The boys, the staff, the fans, absolutely everybody involved with the club from top to bottom have made me feel so welcome and at home. 

"I haven't heard from Leicester, but I'm cheering them on every second I get because they're going through a tough spell at the moment. 

"Right now I'm just enjoying the moment. Let's see what happens next."