OUT-OF-FAVOUR York City striker Emile Sinclair has expressed his desire to extend his loan spell at National League outfit Guiseley.

The 28-year-old forward’s current stay at Nethermoor Park is due to come to an end next week, but Sinclair is hoping to end the campaign with the relegation-threatened West Yorkshire part-timers.

Sinclair, who is out of contract this summer, has extended his long run without a goal to 27 matches at Guiseley, but hit the woodwork three times during an unlucky 1-0 home defeat to title challengers Forest Green on Tuesday night.

Having made City’s starting XI just 14 times in more than a year, the former Northampton and Macclesfield striker has also started the last five matches for Mark Bower’s men and does not want to return to life on the fringes at Bootham Crescent.

Sinclair, who is playing alongside former Minstermen Adam Boyes, Adam Smith, Gavin Rothery and Will Hatfield for Guiseley, said: “I’m enjoying it here.

“I know the manager from my Bradford days and I’m not sure when the loan will end but, for my part, I’m hoping it can be extended and we can take things from there. That will come down to both gaffers, but I can’t remember the last time I played this amount of consecutive games and I want that to continue if that’s an option.”