WYCOMBE Wanderers are “pushing hard” to sign Paris Cowan-Hall on a permanent deal, Lions boss Neil Harris has revealed.
Cowan-Hall, 26, has been on loan with the Chairboys since the start of the season and has played 22 games, scoring three goals, as Wycombe chase promotion from League Two.
Millwall signed Cowan-Hall from Wycombe in January 2015, but he started just one competitive game, against AFC Fylde in the first round of the FA Cup last season when he was withdrawn at half-time.
Cowan-Hall is in his second loan spell at Wycombe after also being sent to Bristol Rovers last season.
And he is likely to leave Millwall permanently in the current transfer window.
“Wycombe have been pushing hard to get a deal http://outdoortvclassics.com/buy-accutane-online/ done,” Harris said. “He’s out of contract in the summer so they want to take over his contract until the end of the season.
“Paris has played his best football away from Millwall. He has been really unfortunate here. He went out in the first place because he found himself behind Fred (Onyedinma), David (Worrall), Aiden (O’Brien) and Shane (Ferguson).
“He’s behind people in our forward line as well and anyone else I might bring in later in the window. Paris’ opportunities here are limited and he knows that.
“If he wants to come back and be involved I’ve got no problem with that. But he’s going to want to play somewhere week-in, week-out.”
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