PARIS Cowan-Hall says he has yet to hear whether he has a future at Millwall after his loan deal at Wycombe ends next month.
Cowan-Hall is due to return to the Lions on January 1 but Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth is thought to be keen to keep the winger.
Cowan-Hall, 26, has played 14 games this season and scored two goals to help Wycombe into the play-off places in League Two.
He has started just one game for Millwall since joining the club from Wycombe in January 2015 and he must wait to find out where he will be playing in the second half of the season.
"It's not up to me, these decisions are out of my hands," Cowan-Hall told Get Bucks Press. "It depends on how I'm playing, how the gaffer at Millwall is feeling, and how they're playing at the time. All these are variables which are out of my hands, which both clubs have to take into account.
"I haven't heard anything, I just keep trying to play well. At the moment I'm happy and just focussing on winning games with Wycombe. To be brutally honest, I don't play games to lose or draw, my mentality is I play to win."
Cowan-Hall, whose Millwall contract expires next summer, can't play for the Chairboys against his parent club in the EFL Trophy second round on Wednesday night, but believes he has already done all he can to impress Lions boss Neil Harris.
He said: "I feel like I'm in form and confident in my play. I feel like I'm playing with fluidity and expressing myself, which is exactly how I felt when I got the move to Millwall in the first place.
"We play a high-tempo pressing game, and know if we keep turning the screw we're more than likely to score. That suits my style of play as it earns me space to express myself and get at people, which is what I like doing.
"The fans are great with me too, and the gaffer invested a lot of time in me. Yes, I'm comfortable here, but I would like to think I can play this way wherever I play, not just at Wycombe.
"Neil Harris at Millwall has seen me play and train, so he already knows what I am capable of without playing against them. They know what they're going to get."
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