“It’s all positive and shouldn’t be difficult to sort out. I’ve got a half-decent relationship with the boss, Tony Pulis, and he believes in me.
“That gives me the confidence to keep going. I don’t want to let him down, let the lads down or let the club down.
“I take it a year at a time. I came into football late but, touch wood, I’ve never had a bad injury.
“Physically, I’m in decent condition. The main thing is I have the desire to do it, the hunger.
“I’ve been on the other side, doing work in the real world, and I won’t be giving up football that easily!”