AFC Wimbledon midfielder Robin Shroot's future is in doubt after his loan spell to Harrow Borough was extended until February.

The talented youngster has scored four goals in seven games for Borough since agreeing a deal last month and has impressed boss David Howell enough to earn an extension.

Shroot's stay at the Ryman Premier Division rivals means he could have played his last game for the Dons, the club he supported as a boy.

The Comet understands that Shroot is eager to stay at Harrow until the end of the season and, should the 20-year-old get his wish, he would be free to leave Kingsmeadow at the end of the current campaign as he would be out of contract.

But the Northern Ireland U20 international has remained coy about his future and insists all he wants to do is play football.

"I have been enjoying my time at Harrow because I have been able to play regular first-team football, which I wasn't able to do at AFC Wimbledon," he said.

"It is difficult when you are at a club sitting on the bench when you think you deserve a chance and feel you are good enough.

"What I have been able to do at Harrow is learn, which is something you can't do when you are sitting on the bench."

Shroot's switch has helped Harrow climb the Premier League table from 18th to eight, just one point behind the Dons, who had no match last weekend because their scheduled opponents, Horsham, were in FA Cup action on Monday.

The Dons visit Blue Square South side Maidenhead United in the FA Trophy first round on Saturday.