I'd like to stay - Broughton

Last updated : 13 March 2009 By Bigrich.....
Broughton, having worked under past managers such as Paul Ince at MK Dons, spoke about his time at Rotherham and the contrasting styles of management he's worked under.

"They have their different styles", says the 30 year-old. "Ince was combative and always on the front foot and aggressive.

"I think the manager here is different. He's more of a thinker. But the core thing is they're both winners and I'm lucky to have worked with those two guys."

Broughton has given away the most free kicks of any striker in League Two, 95 to date, and feels he sometimes doesn't get the rub of the green despite getting as good as he gives. He added: "I do feel as though my reputation goes before me sometimes. I got nothing from the referee in the match at Lincoln and it was the same against Brentford last Saturday.

"The thing is, you can't fight the system. I learned that a while ago. I used to fight and scrap against that for years so I just get on with it now.

"The important thing is that I'm enjoying my football. I came here on the back foot in many ways just after the start of the season. The manager had made all the signings and the budget had gone.

"I've been around long enough to be confident in what I do and I've really enjoyed the season. In fact it's getting on for being my most successful in terms of starts.

"If I can get into double figures goals wise then it will finish on a good note."

Added Broughton: "I was given a contract to the end of the season and I'd like to stay. There's a real buzz about the place, the chairman is ambitious and everything is geared to go in the right direction.

"We've talked about a couple of things contract-wise but there's still plenty of football still to be played so we'll get on with that and then see what happens."

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