Hearts midfielder Peter Haring has revealed that he wants to stay at the Tynecastle club long-term. The player has been in talks with Hearts about extending his contract with the Jambos.
As yet, no new deal has been agreed on a contract which expires at the end of next season. But Haring has confirmed that he wants to stay at Tynecastle.
“I talked to the gaffer a couple of weeks ago, and he talked to my agent as well and now we’ve had a little break” he disclosed to STV News.
“I think we will talk to each other soon, and then we will see.”
He then revealed that he told Hearts boss Craig Levein that he wants to stay with the club.
“Yeah, I told (Levein) that I’m feeling very well here, that I’m happy to be here.”
This is potentially very good news for the Hearts support.
Haring has been superb for the Jambos since signing from SV Ried in the summer. He may have been signed as a defender, but he has excelled in a midfield role under Craig Levein.
Perhaps the only worry is that after talks, a new deal has not yet been agreed. However, Haring’s words do sound promising.
If they manage to get Haring to commit to the club long-term, it would be a real boost for Hearts ahead of the upcoming Scottish Cup semi-final against Inverness.