BEN Marshall said he “would never rule anything out” with his Wolves future in doubt and a window between now and the end of the season to impress on loan at Millwall.
Marshall joined Wolves for almost £2million in January 2017 and is contracted to the club until the summer of 2020.
He was initially a regular under Paul Lambert, who signed him from Blackburn Rovers, but picked up an injury in pre-season last summer.
Wolves appointed Nuno Santo to replace Lambert in May, and Marshall only played nine times for the Championship’s leading club this season.
Wolves look like they are destined for the Premier League, and Marshall is unsure over his future come the summer.
“I really don’t know. It all depends on how I play here, how many games I play. I don’t know what’s around the corner, but that’s just football,” he said.
“I would never rule anything out. I’ve just got to make sure I keep fit and play games. If I do alright then I’ll go from there.”
Marshall is right-footed and can play on both flanks, but has a preference for one position.
He explained: “I prefer to play on the left coming in on my right. I can also cross the ball with my left. Wherever the gaffer wants me to play I’m happy to play.
“Hopefully I can keep playing until the end of the season. Once you get into the side your aim is to stay there. I want to do that.”
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Read Ben Marshall's full interview in Thursday's edition of Southwark News.