Scott Quigley does not want to be a bit-part player at Blackpool next season and would not rule out returning to Wrexham.

The striker left Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints last summer to join the League One outfit on a two-year deal. But chances were limited at Bloomfield Road and Quigley only made nine substitute appearances in the league, and five starts in the Football League Trophy, before joining Wrexham on loan in January.

Quigley scored eight goals in 17 league matches for the Reds and has now returned to his parent club where he will hold talks with manager Gary Bowyer to see what the future holds. But having been a regular with Wrexham, who have appointed Sam Ricketts as the new manager, Quigley does not want to go back to being a fringe player and admits his future may lie elsewhere, although he still has a year left on his contract at Blackpool.

“I have spoken regularly to the gaffer at Blackpool and he is saying they want me back,” said Quigley. “I don’t know what is going to happen next year.

“I don’t really know what their plans are yet but at the end of the day I am going to do what is right for my career so I am going to see what the options are and go from there.”

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