Miller keen to sign new deal

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Ipswich midfielder Tommy Miller has confirmed he wants to stay at Portman Road when his contract expires.

The 30-year-old is out of contract in the summer but, while he has yet to begin talks over a new deal, he is keen to stay in Suffolk.

He told the club's official website: "I'm enjoying my football here and I would like to stay."

He added: "I've not heard anything yet but I'm sure I will be talking to the club in the next month or so and let's see what develops from there.

"We have a lot of competition for places here but I've had a run in the side over the last two months and I need to keep that going until May.

"If I can stay in the side and do well for the team then that will give me a better chance of getting something sorted out for next season."

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