BULMAN KEEN TO KEEP ON PLAYING
DANNIE Bulman is the wrong side of 35 and nearing the end of his AFC Wimbledon contract but the veteran midfielder is holding out hope for an extension.
Bulman, who has enjoyed lengthy spells at Wycombe Wanderers and Crawley Town during his career, was signed by Dons boss Neal Ardley in 2014 on a two-year deal.
The 37-year-old shows no sign of waning, having racked up more than 30 appearances this season already, but admits his future at Kingsmeadow is up in the air.
“It’s not my decision how long I have left at this level, it is out my hands,” said Bulman. “All I can do is play as well as I can and hopefully nick another year and see where we go from there really.
“I want to play as long as I can. If we go up I want to play in League One with these boys, if they want to keep me on.
“I have played in League One most of my career so I know what it is about.
“The older you get, the wiser you get. You read the game well and I’ve still got the legs so we will see.
“Neal is definitely one of the better managers I have worked under because he is young and understanding, and he is approachable.
“This club has a great fan base and it is only going to grow.”
Heading into the weekend, the Dons were lying eighth in the League Two table, just one point off the play-offs with 13 games left.