NEIL Harris refused to comment on Ryan Tunnicliffe’s future after the midfielder’s goal in the 2-0 win over West Brom on Saturday.
Tunnicliffe, 26, has recently regained his place in the side, and in a newspaper interview with Southwark News last week said he wanted to earn a new deal. He is out of contract this summer.
Harris was asked about the former Manchester United player’s situation after the win against the Baggies.
“I’m not here to talk about contracts at the moment, I think we just have to focus on the end of the season,” Harris said.
“Like a lot of teams we have players out of contract that are going to need sorting one way or another. At the moment the players are in a really good place knowing that all that matters is the club gaining enough points to stay in this division.
“And what a division it is. We’ve just seen West Brom, who have great players. The atmosphere we played in last week at Leeds, the atmosphere today with a big crowd – that’s what we want to be in.
“The players understand the priority is us getting points.”
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