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Dunn eyes new Rovers deal

Midfielder happy at Ewood Park

Dunn: Eyeing new deal

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Blackburn midfielder David Dunn has admitted he hopes to extend his stay at Ewood Park.

Dunn's current contract expires in 2010 and he has invited the club to offer him a new deal.

The injury-plagued star insists he is in no rush to sort out his future as he is just happy to be playing.

"I am just happy to be involved at the minute," he told the Lancashire Telegraph.

"I just leave any contract talks with them at the moment.

"I'd like to think that something would maybe happen in the summer, but I have still got just under 18 months left so there is no real rush.

"I just want to play football and my first choice would be here, but players do move on and there might come a point in my career that I would have to move on again.

"I would hope not, but there is a good chance that would happen as you get older. You can run less, so you drop down a division - and drop down another division and another division."