Dundee United: Rory Boulding chasing new Tannadice deal
Rory Boulding says the desire to win a new Tannadice contract will ensure Dundee United do not ease up in .
The 24-year-old forward is out of contract in the summer along with Jon Daly, Willo Flood, Barry Douglas, Steve Banks, and Marcus Tornstrad.
"We've got a new manager in and I've got everything to play for in terms of impressing him," said Boulding.
"And showing that we want to be part of his plans next season."
Captain Daly has been linked with a move to Rangers, while Polish outfit Lech Poznan have held talks with defender Douglas, but Boulding has no idea where his next move lies.
The possibility of winning a new contract under Jackie McNamara has not been helped by United suffering three straight defeats that have counted them out of the race for European football next season.
Englishman Boulding, who was released by Kilmarnock last summer, joined United in March as cover after a serious injury to Johnny Russell and has made seven appearances, all but two from the bench.
"I'm only contracted to the end of this season, so I will have to find out about my future soon," said the former Mansfield Town, Bradford City, Accrington Stanley and Livingston forward.
"I've got these two games left to put down a marker. It would be good to get a few minutes in both matches and show the manager I'm worth another deal.
"If you believe in your own ability then you know you will get a club somewhere and that you will be playing next season.
"But it would be nice to stay here as it's such a big club."