Jon: I Want To Stay

Jon Harley says he would like to stay at Upton Park beyond his three month loan spell.

Fulham have told Jon they would give him a free transfer - his contract with the Cottagers is up in the summer anyway - and Alan Pardew must decide before the transfer deadline whether to keep him on.

Wayne Quinn has a contract to the end of the season when he will be a free agent, and Rufus Brevett is unlikely to be fully fit until mid to late April.

Jon is happy to remain and he says:

"I am enjoying it and if it was down to me I would love to stay - but it is not really as easy as that, so we will just have to see how it goes and make a decision.

"I will have to see what happens as I am not too sure; I haven't spoken to anyone yet but I know the deadline is the end of this month.

"I would be disappointed to go back to Fulham as I have enjoyed it here; we have had a decent run though we could have won more.

"I have been playing regularly and that is all I want to do but it is not just as easy as that - we will have to wait and see."

Jon was booked on Tuesday at Burnley prior to them taking a free kick, and he says:

"I thought the free kick was further back than it was so I went to roll it and their bloke pushed me and got booked for it as well - but it was nothing.

"A few people weren't happy with things that were going on but it was nothing too bad."

Jon feels West Ham should have had three points at Turf Moor and adds:

"We had chances though I don't think we played great; we felt that we should have got something and we didn't.

"We want to be pushing on to the top two and we have got to be winning games so everyone was frustrated that we didn't win on Tuesday.

"On another day we would have put our chances away and killed the game off, but it just didn't happen - though it does at least show we are creating chances and hopefully soon they will turn to goals."

Burnley scored the opener in the 1-1 draw against the run of play and he adds:

"They counter-attacked and it was a good goal for them but we felt that maybe we could have dealt with it a bit better.

"We have got it all to play for on Saturday now and we have to turn these away draws into three points - we need a lot more points now.

"I think it is important that as a defence we don't let goals in and as an attacking team we score them - it is as simple as that."