"I like being at Southend and I want to stay here," he told The Echo. "I want to help the club get promotion this season and want to keep on creating chances for the team because that’s my main job as a winger."
Hall has created more goals than any other player in English football this season; pitching in with an impressive 13 assists to help Southend climb to the summit of League Two.
His ability to fashion generic lexapro not working chances could be a revelation for a Millwall side that have struggled to find the net consistently this season, particularly when Liam Feeney and Hamer Bouazza have suffered lapses in form.
Due to ex-Lion Dave Martin’s recent arrival at Roots Hall, Ryan has switched flanks and seems even happier in his new role.
He added: "I like it out on the right-hand side, I’m able to get inside and shoot on my left foot, I can also cross the ball easily too and hopefully it can keep on going well."