Robinson eyes new Tranmere deal

Tranmere Rovers midfielder Andy Robinson is keen on continuing at his hometown club next season reports

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The former Swansea and Leeds playmaker has been a key player for the Birkenhead side this season and is out of contract in the summer.

But Robinson believes there is a clause in his current deal that allows him to stay on at Prenton Park and challenge for promotion once again next season.

He told the Liverpool Echo: “I want to play for as long as I can. I love the game. I’m a passionate lad and it is all I know.”

If Robinson does continue his playing next season it’ll be his eleventh campaign in the game, the playmaker had the majority of his success at Swansea City, during the clubs rise up the football league.

His 44 goals in 162 starts for the Swans over a five-year period attracted attention from then League One side, Leeds Utd.

After a disappointing three years at Leeds Utd, Parkinson decided to move back home to Birkenhead permanently in 2011.

He added: “Football has been my life since a young age so I am going to play for as long as these little legs let me get around the pitch.”

“I think there’s something in place with my contract. I think we will sit down at the end of the season and see where that goes.”

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