Date: 18th March 2014 at 12:53pm
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Terry Dunfield’s contract with Oldham expires at the end of the season, however his future plans aren’t his priority at the moment helping keep the Latics in league one is.

Dunfield has been through enough ups and downs to take his contract ending in his stride.

As recently as the end of last year the 32-year-old was left without a side when the Canadian was left looking for a new club after a three-year spell back in his homeland with Vancouver and then Toronto ended with his release by the latter MLS side.

He decided to return to the UK and Lee Johnson gave him the chance with a trial at Boundary Park with the Canadian international, who has captained his country, impressing to earn a deal until the end of the summer.

Oldham staying up is his priority; the rest will take care of itself.

He told the Manchester Evening News: ‘I had the opportunity to train at Oldham and a couple of weeks later I signed.

‘I enjoyed my three years out in Canada but I am happy to be back. I still have a house in Macclesfield and my wife is from Wilmslow so this feels like home.

‘My goal is keeping Oldham in this league.’

He also spoke about his career, those ups and down mentioned, including the decision to leave Manchester City as a 20-year-old but having ‘no regrets’ about leaving the club that he still supports and has been to watch since his return to England.

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