MARK BECK has admitted that he is yet to have any conversations about extending his loan deal at York City which ends next month.

Beck arrived at York in the summer on loan from Sky Bet League Two side Harrogate Town, with the spell reaching its conclusion in January.

The striker has played 20 times for City so far this season - 15 of those being starts - scoring five goals, his most recent ensuring a 1-0 FA Trophy win over Blyth Spartans.

Despite his return to Harrogate being just weeks away, he says he is still unsure over where his immediate future lies.

“I’ve not actually spoken to anyone about it,” said Beck. “I’m just happy playing football at the minute and scoring goals.

“Obviously something needs sorting around that so hopefully we'll have some talks over the next few weeks and see what happens.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here and it’s a good place to be.”

For now Beck’s focus between now and January is starting and scoring in as many games as he can as York look to put their Vanarama National League North promotion bid back on track having slumped to 13th in the table.

“I just want to try and stay in the team and keep scoring goals,” added Beck.

“And obviously, team-wise, we want to try and get back up to where we should be in the league.

“Hopefully we can go on a little cup run (in the FA Trophy) as well and we’ll see how far we can get in that as well.”

City’s newly-appointed interim manager John Askey started Beck in a front three with Clayton Donaldson and Kurt Willoughby against Blyth, a combination that the target man enjoys being a part of.

“They’re both obviously very good players and very direct,” said the 27-year-old.

“I know that they’re going to be either putting it in for me or in and around me.

“It’s great to have a couple of good players alongside me as well.

"Obviously we’ve got Mackenzie (Heaney) in there as well and Gilly (Jason Gilchrist), so we’ve got some good options at the top of the pitch.”