Jed Wallace has told South London Today that he does not want his loan spell at Millwall to end.
Wallace joined Millwall on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers back in January, and he has excelled at The Den.
The attacking midfielder has played a key role for Neil Harris’ side, and he scored his first goal for the League One club in their 3-0 victory over Blackpool last weekend.
Wallace’s current deal with the Lions is set to expire on April 9th, and the 21-year-old admits that he wishes his stay could be a longer one.
“I’m loving it – I don’t want it to end, really. I don’t want it to look like I’m a loan player. I want to be a part of the group," he said.
“It’s a good club. One that I would never rule out playing for in the future.”
Wallace has now played 13 times for Millwall, and he has helped the Lions climb into play off contention in League One.
His stay in London has certainly been more productive than his move to Molineux so far, as he has struggled to make an impression at Wolves.
Wallace played just five Championship matches for Wolves, before being loaned out to Millwall.
Wolves’ form in Wallace’s absence has not been particularly strong, and he looks set to return to a club destined to finish in mid-table this season.