Hermann hopes for Pompey stay

Popular defender wants a fifth year at Fratton Park

Hreidarsson: Set for Pompey talks

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Veteran defender Hermann Hreidarsson is hoping to earn an extension at Portsmouth.

The Iceland international has recovered from a career-threatening Achilles injury to become a regular in the Pompey side during the second half of the season.

The 36-year-old, who joined from Charlton in 2007, earned a new one-year deal after returning from his injury in October.

And the former Ipswich and Crystal Palace man is eager to agree another new contract at Fratton Park.

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"I want to stay, that's for sure," he told the News.

"There are no negotiations going on but I have told them how I feel. I've told them I want to stay, so I am just waiting for them.

"I'm not quite sure what will happen next. I just hope we will sit down. I want to stay, I feel good and I am enjoying it here."

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