Milan Djuric has had a difficult time with injuries since joining Bristol City from Cessena in January 2017.
Returning from a long spell out in March, Djuric has also experienced hernia difficulties and hasn’t been able to have a prolonged settled run with the Championship club.
Scoring in his last match, against Middlesbrough at the weekend, the 27 year old will hope he can kick on from here.
TMW have managed to get a chat with the forward and put to him that he scored in his last game, so things are looking up: “Since I’m back in condition I’m playing, it’s going well. Four games, two goals. I’m trying to have continuity. With the national team I opened the European market, I had the opportunity to come here to Bristol and I have not thought twice. I made the right choice.”
The Bosnian was then where he sees himself next season, with TMW seemingly trying to get a transfer hint: “I’m fine at Bristol. I would like to have a full season. I have a contract year with an option for another season. It’ll depend on the market.”
Djuric added that his family is happy living in England, and it’s clear that if it’s up to the player then he’ll continue at Bristol City for at least another season.