Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah is going nowhere in January, according to his agent Anthony Finnigan, who is looking to get his client a new deal at Villa Park.
The former Middlesbrough attacker was signed for the Villans by Steve Bruce in 2016, and after a good first season at the club, he found game time much harder to come by.
His struggles for action became so much that it was widely believed he would leave the Birmingham based outfit in the summer, however no deal materialised and he remained at Villa Park.
Since then, Bruce has been dismissed from the Villans hot seat with Dean Smith taking over, and in that time Adomah has become a key player once again.
The winger might not have delivered the goals that he would have liked but his all-round play, durability and consistency has been good, and he will be looking to extend his current deal at Villa Park if at all possible.
The rumours of him leaving in the summer have got people thinking that there is a chance he could move in January. His agent confirmed his options, and what he hopes the future holds for the attacker recently.
“I realise the speculation that comes during this (January) transfer window, but my aim is to discuss with the current manager at the right time about extending his contract and remain at the club.” Sport Witness quote him as saying.
The 30-year-old has featured 15 times for Villa in the current campaign. He is yet to find the back of the net though, so that is something he will be looking to put right in the coming matches.
He is expected to get the first chance to notch his opening goal of the season on Saturday afternoon, when the Villans made the short trip to Pride Park to take on Derby County.