City want the ex-Man Utd and Sunderland man on a long-term deal following his one-match emergency replacement contract.
Melbourne City manager John van’t Schip says he wants Liam Miller to stay beyond his one-game stint after a solid performance during the club’s 2-2 draw with Central Coast on Sunday.
SEE ALSO: AUSTRALIAN SPORTS NEWS
Best test batsman: We rate the 10 best batsman in world cricket at current!
Jesse Ryder: Watch as the Kiwi batsman smashes a commentator’s car while he was live on air!
Watch! Umpire almost k.o’d during Australia v South Africa cricket ODI!
The recently released Brisbane Roar midfielder joined City on a short-term deal as an emergency replacement for Aaron Mooy and Stefan Mauk, who both missed yesterday’s game due to Socceroos and Olyroos duty respectively.
“Yes. We’ll have a talk with him,” Van’t Schip said.
“We know that and you could see today, he’s a good player.
“I think you saw that, with keeping the ball, being patient, just giving the team some extra rest when we had the ball. I was very happy with his performance.
“We’ll have a talk and see what’s possible for the coming period.”
City squandered a golden opportunity to win two on the trot on Sunday after conceding two late goals to draw 2-2.