Millwall future in doubt - Price

12 March 2010 04:35
Carlisle United loan forward Jason Price says he is likely to quit parent club Millwall at the end of the season and is playing for his future.Price, 32, is out of favour at the New Den and joined Carlisle days after returning from a loan spell at Oldham. [LNB]""My future looks bleak at Millwall. The manager has told me to go out on loan, it's a fresh start," the Welshman told BBC Radio Cumbria. [LNB]"I'm looking to play a big part in Carlisle's progress in the league." [LNB]Price's stature means comparisons are likely to be made with current Swindon striker Vincent Pericard, who enjoyed a profitable spell at Brunton Park earlier in the season. [LNB]However the Aberdare-born forward is quick to play down any likeness in terms of style to his Cameroonian predecessor. [LNB][LNB] [LNB][LNB] "I'm Jason Price, I play my game, I'm tall but I'm not the strongest of strikers, I'm awkward and I like the ball to feet," said. [LNB]"I give 110%, I'm not the most skilful player you will meet but I get these ricochet goals. [LNB]"I'm 6ft 2in, I'm awkward up front, centre-halves hate playing against me, so I'm hoping I can do the business in the next two months." [LNB]Price started out with Swansea and lists Tranmere Rovers, Hull City and Doncaster Rovers among his former clubs in a career totalling almost 400 appearances.

Source: BBC_Sport