James Coppinger says he is keen to finish his footballing career in Doncaster.
Now aged 32, the winger is currently enjoying his 10th season with Rovers since his switch from Exeter City.
With nearly 300 appearances for the Doncaster club during a celebrated career which includes going into Rovers folklore for his last-ditch heroics against Brentford on the final day of last season, Coppinger says he has absolutely no desire to exit the Keepmoat Stadium.
“I would love to stay at this club until I retire,” he said.
“But you never know what is around the corner in terms of the chairman and the managers that come in.”
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