Date: 7th March 2018 at 6:54pm
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Midfielder Theo Wharton certainly hasn’t given up on a future with York City.

The 23-year-old Saint Kitts & Nevis international hasn’t featured since November and was only recently allowed out on loan to National League North rivals Tamworth.

Wharton originally joined the Minstermen last June having earlier found himself released by Cardiff City, with many City fans considering he has subsequently been seriously underused.

“I’m just trying to work hard,” he told The Press. “I think the gaffer likes me, but the team are doing well in the league, despite a couple of bad results.

“We’ve also got some good players and everybody is competing for places,” Wharton added. “I’m desperate to play for the first team and feel I am good enough, but I’ve got to wait for my chance and hopefully it will come soon.

“There haven’t been any other opportunities to go elsewhere that I know of, but I want to play here and think I can do. I’m signed for York, so I don’t want to go anywhere else.”

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