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Curtis Davies Looking For Foxes Extension

Curtis Davies has admitted he is loving the chance to play regularly again, and that he wouldn't mind extending his loan with Leicester.

Speaking to Talksport Davies thanks Svennis for placing the confidence in him to play after his 'unfortunate' recent experiences at Villa Park, and he's just happy to be playing again.

'Now I just want to get on with my game. It's just a joy to be playing again.'

Commenting on whether he's ready to return to Villa and fight for his place, Davies wisely maybe has considered the impact that Ciaran Clark has had on Houllier recently and if all Davies is concerned about is playing regularly, at least for the immediate future, then his comments about staying at Leicester make perfect sense.

'My loan ends in two weeks and hopefully I can extend it until January and then I can reassess things.'

I rate Davies and always have done, his form was very good prior to his shoulder injury yet once recovered he was never given the time to get back into the swing of things and regain his form properly, and yes in the chances he has had he has looked off form and error prone - but that's to be expected due to lack of match practice and the fact he was hardly even playing reserve football either.

The best thing he and the club could've done was to arrange a loan and for all intents and purposes he's performing well at the Foxes, the fans are taking to him and he's slowly becoming the player we saw originally.

Whether we will see a parting of the ways in the future only time will tell but I certainly hope not if Davies can return as the on form we saw originally.

With the emergence of Clark, we are certainly blessed in the centre half position and I suppose the question for Davies is does he want to play a part in the future?

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Date:Thursday November 4 2010

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