Alan Judge gives an insight into his future plans

The Brentford midfielder was linked with Burnley, Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland in the January transfer window.

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge has suggested to The Sun that he could leave in the summer transfer window.

The highly-rated 27-year-old has revealed that he will consider his options at the end of the season.

“I have a great rapport with the fans,” Judge told The Sun. “I get on really well with them here. I just thought staying until the end of the season would be good to show respect to them.

“I’ll be considering my options in the summer and we’ll see what happens. It depends what happens with Brentford.

"It’s a tough ask to make the play-offs. We have to go into every game and try to get three points now.”

Judge is one of the best midfielders in the Championship and was linked with a move away from Griffin Park in the January transfer window.

According to The Daily Mail, Championship rivals Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday were interested in securing the services of the 27-year-old former Blackburn Rovers man, while Get West London reported of Sunderland’s interest in the midfielder.

The former Notts County man has scored 11 goals and created 68 chances in 28 league games so far this season.

Judge has a pass accuracy of 84% and a shot accuracy of 49%, and has won eight headers, 21 dribbles and 36 tackles.

Brentford are 12th in the Championship table at the moment with 40 points from 30 matches, 10 points behind Sheffield Wednesday, who are currently sixth and occupy the final playoff spot.

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