Delaney will not go begging for a contract

DAMIEN Delaney, following Saturday’s gutsy goal-less draw at Elland Road, has reiterated his wish to stay at Portman Road beyond this summer.

DAMIEN Delaney, following Saturday’s gutsy goal-less draw at Elland Road, has reiterated his wish to stay at Portman Road beyond this summer.

And Delaney has again invited the Suffolk club, in the shape of owner Marcus Evans and chief executive Simon Clegg, to offer him a new deal.

But as yet, the ex-QPR defender has been hit by a wall-of-silence.

“Has anything moved? I’m waiting to get going! But I have heard not a word from anyone,” revealed Delaney, who is just one of a 21-strong group of Town players who are out of contract at the end of this season.


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He continued: “I am comfortable with the situation. If the club wants us, they want us, but I am not going to go cap in hand, begging for a contract.

“If they want us, they know where we are.

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“I have said countless times how much I want to stay. Everybody knows that. I love the area, and I love playing for this club.

“But listen, at the end of the day we want to finish on a high and then come on again next season,” added Delaney.

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