Rovers confident of Dunn stay
Blackburn are confident that playmaker David Dunn will extend his stay at Ewood Park beyond the summer.
Last Updated: 13/01/10 11:44am
Blackburn are confident that playmaker David Dunn will extend his stay at Ewood Park.
The 30-year-old's contract expires in the summer and talks are ongoing about keeping the midfielder at the club.
Rovers chairman John Williams believes a deal will be done as both sides want to prolong Dunn's stay.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: "It has all been very positive.
"Both parties want the deal to happen and negotiations are still ongoing."
Dunn began his career with Rovers before leaving for Birmingham in a £5.5million switch in July 2003.
He then returned for £2.2 million in January 2007 and has become a vital part in the club's top flight stay.
Although he has endured an injury-hit season, he has still waded in with five goals in 12 Premier League starts this campaign.