On-loan Man United defender Danny Simpson keen to stay with Newcastle

17 November 2009 05:36
Danny Simpson is hoping to seal a permanent switch to Newcastle after admitting his future lies away from Manchester United.[LNB]Simpson joined the Magpies on loan in the summer and has been in fine form as Chris Hughton's side have set the pace at the top of the Championship.[LNB]The 22-year-old defender has spent time on loan at Sunderland, Ipswich and Blackburn over the past two-and-a-half years and, with his deal due to expire in  January, is ready to settle down on Tyneside.[LNB] Danny boy: Simpson has found his feet on Tyneside[LNB]'Obviously, I'm enjoying my football here, and if I do well enough to get an offer, then I'll consider it, as I'm enjoying my football at the moment,' he told the Sunderland Echo.[LNB]'I just want to get as many games under my belt as I can until January. I've got no clue [what will happen in the transfer window] - I'm just taking it game by game. [LNB]  'It's nice to be wanted and it would be nice at the end of the loan spell for Chris Hughton and all the staff to say they want me to stay. [LNB]'Hopefully, my performances will warrant that. You want to play on Saturday afternoon and I'm no different. [LNB]'I've been in and around different clubs. I had a spell where I didn't play and was on the bench [at Blackburn] and I've had times when I was playing and I know what I'd prefer. [LNB]'You want to train Monday to Friday and play on a Saturday. That's just me and the way I am.'[LNB] Spurs, Newcastle and Pompey battle to sign Tamudo as Wigan give upNewcastle admirer Moat admits stadium name in danger - even if Ashley sells upNewcastle weighing up bid for Portugal Under 21 star Ukra THE LIST: Football's greatest penalty kings - Nos 10-1Hughton still up for taking ex-England defender Sol Campbell to NewcastleMANCHESTER UNITED FC

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