Murray Wallace is targeting two more appearances this season – and a new Huddersfield Town contract.
Like fellow defenders Peter Clarke and Calum Woods, the 21-year-old centre-back’s current deal ends this summer.
“There have been one or two chats in the background, so we’ll wait and see,” said the 21-year-old Scot.
“I feel settled here, I am enjoying the challenge of playing in the Championship and I would love to stay.”
Wallace has started the last two games, taking his Town appearance haul to 21 for the season and 28 overall since his switch from Falkirk two years ago.
“I’ve been a bit inconsistent, and that’s something I’m trying hard to put right,” he added.
That charge could be levelled at the team as a whole.
And Wallace admits it’s disappointing Championship survival has taken so long to seal.
“It was great to get that win at Yeovil, but we shouldn’t have put ourselves in the situation of still needing it so late,” he said.
“But at least we’re not leaving it until the last day again.
“We can breathe more easily now, and we’re all looking forward to taking on Leicester.
“It’s a big game, and we want to win our last home game of the season.”
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