JORDAN Graham is reluctant to think too much about his future – but says playing for Oxford United next season is an option.

The winger has featured in all 17 games since re-joining on loan in January.

Graham has started 15 of those, scoring a sensational free-kick to earn United their first away league win on the road at Blackpool in February.

Coupled with the four appearances he made for Ipswich Town earlier in the campaign, the 24-year-old, who suffered a serious knee injury three years ago, has passed 20 games in a single season for the first time.

With another 12 months still to run on his contract at Wolverhampton Wanderers, bringing Graham back on loan would be the more realistic option for United.

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While he is cautious about where his future lies, returning for the 2019/20 season is a possibility.

“Of course (it is an option),” said Graham. “In football you never know what can happen.

“If it’s sign for Oxford in the summer, it’s sign for Oxford.

“If the Wolves manager wants me back, it’s that weird I could be playing in the Premier League and maybe the Europa League next year if he believes in what I’m doing.

“I might move on, they might not want me, but that’s out of my control.

“What happens in your career a lot of the time is due to managers and what they want. That’s the way football is.

“Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s not. But I’m not injured at the moment and I’m enjoying my football.”

Graham impressed while on loan with the U’s in 2015 and went on to make 12 appearances for parent club Wolves that season before a cruciate knee ligament injury ruled him out for 15 months.

Before this campaign, the former Aston Villa trainee had only played nine games since his return and is not taking his current form lightly.

“It’s been a while since I’ve been in a position like this, so I’m not taking it for granted,” he said.

“It’s game-by-game for me.

“Before I always kind of looked ahead and thought ‘where will I be in a month’s time’.

“When I was playing for Wolves and doing really well, there was speculation of going to the Premier League.

“I was getting excited and carried away and then I did my ACL.

“So now I have learnt to just keep playing and, literally, I believe in what will be, will be.

“If you play well, then you can go here. If you don’t play well, you can go here. It’s just the way football works.

“As long as you stay fit, you work hard, and you give your all every game, then I think the rest will take care of itself.”