Sheffield United striker wants Rovers stay

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Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp has stated his desire to remain on loan at Doncaster until the end of the season.

Sharp has made a huge impact since arriving at the Keepmoat Stadium and scored his eighth goal in as many games in Rovers' 1-0 victory over Derby at the weekend. United have the option to recall the striker and sell him on to another club in the January transfer window.

But Sharp told the Sheffield Star: "I've signed until the end of the season and I want to see that out. Sheffield United can accept offers but I've got to accept terms."

He added: "I'm happy here; I've got my career back on track and I've got a smile on my face. I'm enjoying it and when that happens I play my best football.

"I am a Sheffield United fan through and through and I'd love to be doing what I am doing here for Sheffield United. But I'm giving 110% to Doncaster at the moment and I am loving it."

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