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Cammy Devlin opens up on Hearts future as Tynecastle contract ticks down

Hearts star Cammy Devlin
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Cammy Devlin insists he would love to extend his stay at Hearts.

The Australian midfielder is one of several Jambos stars who will be out of contract next summer as he enters the final year of his deal. Devlin, 25, has established himself as a mainstay in the middle of the park for the Gorgie side since arriving from Newcastle Jets in 2021. The club's decision to trigger a 12-month extension clause in his contract last September was branded a "no-brainer" by sporting director Joe Savage and it's likely Steven Naismith will want to tie down the Socceroo on a long-term deal.

That would be music to the ears of Devlin, who is ready to pledge his future to Tynecastle.

He told the Hearts Standard: "Like I’ve said so many times – everyone knows what I am all about and I really enjoy it here. I love being in Edinburgh and I love being at Hearts. I think it’s a good environment to be in.

"Since I’ve been given the opportunity to come here I’ve really enjoyed it, especially making my debut for my country and going to a World Cup. To not look at it like that would be silly. I enjoy it and I have a lot of fun. So yeah, I would love to.

"Obviously you never know what’s going to happen in football. It’s a weird game and things can change so quickly. But at the same time, if I get the opportunity to stay here, then I would love to. Hopefully, that’s something that happens – and happens quite quickly."