Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah has admitted that if the club were to offer him a ten-year contract then he would sign it immediately.
The 30-year-old made the revelations during an interview with the Boot Room in which he said: “If a 10 year contract was put on the table I would sign that today.
“I’m loving my time at Villa, it’s going really well and things are going well for the team.
“My family love living in the Midlands so if I was offered a contract I would sign it.”
After falling out of favour with the then Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka, Adomah was sold to Villa 18-months ago.
In his first season under Steve Bruce, the forward scored just three goals in 41 games but during this campaign, he has been integral to Villa’s push for promotion.
Adomah has registered on 14 occasions this term and the team have struggled whenever he has been missing.
Alongside Jack Grealish, the winger has been unstoppable at times, taking full advantage of the creativity of his midfield partner.
Against Fulham and Preston, the side lacked the firepower and flair the duo usually provide and in the aftermath of the defeat and draw the side sustained, supporters were clamouring on social media for their return.
It is not known yet whether or not Adomah will be fit in time to return to the fold for the weekend’s visit of Queens Park Rangers to Villa Park but the Claret and Blues faithful will be desperate for his comeback.
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