West Ham midfielder Josh Cullen has his sights set on propelling himself into the first-team with the Hammers next season after his loan to Bradford City ended at the weekend after a defeat at Wembley at the weekend to Millwall.
“Hopefully, I will be in West Ham’s plans. But if not, then a Championship club is probably the next step for me. There are discussions to be had and we will see where we go. I could not have really wished for a better club to come on loan to. It (Bradford) is a really great club with great people and I wanted to come back for a second spell to try and get us promoted. We have got one step closer than last year, but just come up short again. It is a club I really felt the passion to play for. It is a tough one to take and we will have to come again.” Cullen told the Yorkshire Post.
Speaking about his appearance at Wembley Cullen said: “I had a lot of family and friends here and my girlfriend and everyone has been brilliant to me because it has been a tough time; the first time I have been away from home for a permanent period of time. It was nice to have them at the final and I would have loved to have won it for them as well as ourselves. We have come up a bit short.”
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