Matt Green: Mansfield Town new deal would be tempting

Mansfield Town striker Matt Green says he would be tempted to sign a new contract at Field Mill.

The 26-year-old has scored 57 goals in two seasons and netted the penalty which earned the Stags promotion to League Two at the weekend.

Green, who also did not rule out a move away, said: "Of course I would be tempted to stay. I've had two of the best seasons of my life here.

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The gaffer has looked after me all season and so has the chairman

Matt Green

"But football's football, it's crazy, so you have to do what you have to do."

The striker is being monitored by clubs in the Championship and League One, and Green is aware he has a big decision to make about his future.

"At the moment I am out of contract, so I am waiting to hear back from Mansfield," he added.

"The gaffer [Paul Cox] has looked after me all season and so has the chairman [John Radford].

"It is one of those things now and hopefully we can get it sorted. It is all rumours at the moment for me.

"I haven't got anything in black and white to say 'here you go Matt, there's a contact', whether it's Championship, League One, Conference, whatever."