MATT Bloomfield wants to stay at Wycombe Wanderers next season whatever division they are playing in.

The club’s longest-serving player says he has got no intention of jumping ship even if Wanderers go down.

Bloomfield’s return to the side has coincided with Wanderers’ upturn in fortunes and the midfielder’s two goals in three games have kept the Chairboys’ survival hopes alive going into the final two weeks of the season.

The former Ipswich trainee has missed a large chunk of this season through injury and he is hoping his late burst will be good enough to be rewarded with a new deal.

Bloomfield said: “I’d love to stay. Everyone knows how much this club means to me.”

Boss Gary Waddock is refusing to discuss any contracts now until the club know what division they will be in next season.

And Bloomfield thinks that’s right, even though it leaves his future and several others up in the air.

Bloomfield is the only surviving player of Blues’ last relegation and he is desperate to avoid a double.

He said: “The only thing that matters at the moment is trying to stay up.

“That’s more important than anyone’s contract. The club’s future is more important than anything else and it is right that the manager and all the players are totally focused on trying to stay up.”

Manager Gary Waddock said: “He has done very well since he’s come back. He’s had a lot of injuries and he’s had to bide his time but he’s taken his opportunity.

“He’s a player that comes in and gets on with his work and then does extra. He’s a very good pro and he’s just the type of player that you want around the place and it’s nice to hear that players want to stay here.

“He scored an excellent goal on Saturday and he had to do a lot of work, making the run and holding the defender off before he had the actual strike.”