James McClean has shared his desire to end his playing career back home playing for Derry City.
The West Brom winger, whose current deal with Albion runs until 2019, signed for the Baggies in the summer of 2015.
And though he's in no rush to leave any time soon, McClean has admitted he'd like to end up at the place his career got up and running, before his time playing the game is up. © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc
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"I always said that I'd start my career at Derry and I want to finish at Derry," McClean told Jarlath Regan's Irishman Abroad podcast.
"What age I go back at, I don't know but I want to go back at an age when I'm actually able to give something.
"I don't want to go back for show and I can hardly move or offer anything. I don't want youngsters running by me and I can't keep up.
"I'm a home boy. I have always said I want to live back in Derry when I retire. For me it would be ideal to play my last season or two at Derry."