Speedway: Chris Mills ready to commit to Ipswich Witches

Chris Mills
Mills finished the last campaign with King's Lynn Stars

Ipswich Witches reserve Chris Mills has said he wants to commit to the Suffolk club once again next season.

The 28-year-old continued his good form with a 10-point haul in Thursday's 56-37 win over Workington Comets, to take his average this season to 6.16.

"I've said to them I want to come back," he told BBC Radio Suffolk.

"I think if they can keep as many riders from this year into next year, that's only a good thing and hopefully I'll be one of those riders to stay."

The result keeps fifth-placed Witches in the hunt for a top-four finish.

"We've got to push and finish as high as we can," Mills added.

"We've let the year slip away a little bit but we've had a lot of injury troubles this year and we've got a young, inexperienced side.

"If we can keep as many riders into next year I think we can then win a trophy or two."

Mills had suffered his own recent setback with a hand injury and admitted he was continuing to ride with side affects.

"It's giving me a bit of pain, as well as my knee, but as soon as you're on the bike it's not too bad," he said.

"But if I hit it again it's going to flare up."