Alex Wynter wants to help Maidstone to safety before thinking about his future – but he isn’t ruling out a new deal.
Wynter is likely to attract Football League interest after an excellent debut campaign at the Gallagher in which he’s been a virtual ever-present after joining from Colchester. But the defender is thinking solely about picking up the couple of wins United need to ensure a third season in the National League.
He said: “I think that’s every boy’s aim, to play in the league. Whether that will happen, who knows, but I’m just concentrating on getting us safe and getting to the end of the season.
“I’ve really enjoyed it here. It’s the most I’ve ever played so on that note it’s a good one for me.
“I wouldn’t look at my performances and say I deserve to move on, I wouldn’t say I don’t. I’ve just got to leave it in the hands of God, go with the flow and whatever happens, happens.”
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