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Pompey drop hint over Hart
14 May 2009 - 10:12:03
Portsmouth could be ready to retain caretaker manager Paul Hart for next season following an admission from club chief executive Peter Storrie.
Former director of youth Hart took the reins of the first team following the decision to sack Tony Adams in February.
The ex-Nottingham Forest boss and number two Brian Kidd look to have done enough to keep the south coast club in the Premier League and Storrie had hinted that the duo's contracts - which expire at the end of the season - could be extended.
"If they take the job on full-time and that's the decision we make, I think you'll see a completely different team next season," he said.
Meanwhile, on loan winger Jermaine Pennant has admitted he would be interested in joining Pompey on a full-time basis when his Liverpool contract expires in the summer.
"Next season I'm out of contract so we'll have to see what happens," he said.
"Staying is always going to be an option. I've enjoyed my time there.
"I've had a very hard season, but next season we'll see what happens. I'm all ears and I'm ready to talk to people."