DARREN Ward has confirmed that he wants to leave Millwall in January, with a move to loan club Swindon Town one of the options he is considering.
Ward has made 15 appearances since joining the Robins on loan in the summer and, while he is due to return to The Den in the New Year, the defender does not intend to stick around.
He told the BBC: "I spoke to the manager [Kenny Jackett] a year ago and I was honest – I said I wanted to leave and have a new challenge.
"It's taken time to find a club which I'd like to give it a go with and hit the levels I'd like to hit."
"Whether it's the league below, a league higher or abroad it was really a case of where I feel I'd be comfortable.
"I'm enjoying it at Swindon and I want to keep enjoying it but I really want to start helping to get some wins and keep high up this table.
"I tend to deal with things day by day. When it comes to football you have to be very wary and cautious on different situations that could come up."