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Grant Ward casts doubt on his future at Rotherham but says he wants to stay

Rotherham's loan star Grant Ward admits he is in the dark over his future.

The 21-year-old's stay at the Millers from Premier League club Tottenham is due to end after Saturday's clash with Charlton, but boss Neil Redfearn said last week that there is an agreement in place to keep him until the end of the season.

However, Ward has said he has heard conflicting reports from Spurs but would like to stay at New York Stadium for the rest of the campaign.

"I'm hearing there's an agreement in place but, to be honest, I'm not 100 per cent," Ward said.

"I've heard from the people here that there is but people at Spurs are telling me that it's not.

"It's something we need to sort out, for sure. I feel like I'm getting better here so I would like to stay for the season. 

"We just need to sort it out. I'd like to stay. For sure, I'm confident we can stay up."

Ward has become an integral player under Redfearn, starting the last 18 games. He had been deployed in a wide right role, but looks set to move to a central position following the arrival of Chris Burke.

He has scored two goals, including a goal-of-the-season contender against Burnley.

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