CHRIS Taylor has admitted he is still unsure of his future after his loan spell with Millwall comes to an end.
The midfielder joined the Lions in March from Blackburn Rovers on a deal until the end of the season and has scored three goals in 11 games as Millwall fight to return to the Championship. He is out of contract this summer.
He was also out of favour under former Rovers boss Paul Lambert and it is unlikely he will stay at Ewood Park.
Taylor proved an instant hit with Lions fans when he scored just two minutes into his second debut at the club with the winner against Sheffield United.
The Den crowd have also taken to his aggressive style and he fitted seamlessly into the side after Wolves recalled Jed Wallace.
Taylor’s two goals in the 3-1 win at Bury edged the Lions closer to a play-off spot that they clinched with a 3-0 win over his former club Oldham.
Millwall manager Neil Harris has said he would like to sign Taylor, 29, on a permanent deal in the summer.
Taylor hinted there have been discussions with the club over where he sees his future but he also stressed his concern at the moment is ensuring Millwall see off Bradford at The Den on Friday night to reach the League One play-off final.
Asked if the next move in his career was on his mind, he said: “A little bit, I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t.
“But the majority of my focus is on playing the games. There have been some talks but it’s hard to know what you’re going to do when you’re not 100 per cent sure what league you’re going to be in.
“But the main focus is on getting to Wembley first and foremost and then back to the Championship.”