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Lincoln City fan-favourite Lasse Sorensen looks ahead to the visit of Wigan Athletic, while reflecting on the season and his current contract status.

He said: “Wigan are a really good team, I think we all know that. We just need to attack the way we always do, play our game, and I think if we get our own house in order, we’re a good team. But, on the other side, if we don’t, we know Wigan are a really good team.”

With just four games to go in the season, Lincoln are only two points behind the play-off places. They play Oxford United, who sit in sixth, after they entertain Wigan at the LNER Stadium.

“We’re confident, I think we’ve said that all season to be fair. I don’t think it matters who we’re playing, we can beat anyone on our day. It’s more just to get out there, being on the pitch and doing what we can do. We’re all looking forward to it, and believe we can do it,” Sorensen said.

Contract Status:

The 24-year-old is out of contract in the summer, following three seasons in Lincolnshire.

Sorensen declared the situation of a new contract out of his hands, while ensuring his focus remains on the upcoming games.

Speaking to BBC Radio Lincolnshire, he said: “We have four massive games left in the season, and that’s where my focus is. It’s not really my decision obviously, it’s all about focusing on the football and then we take everything else after.”

“It’s part of the game, but as footballers we just focus on the football and when there is something to play for, like the play-off, it’s easy to keep your focus on that,” he said.

When asked by LincSport if he would like to re-sign with the Imps, Sorensen said: “I love Lincoln, I’ve really, really enjoyed my time here. I’ve been here for three seasons now, and the club has been really good to me. I’ve developed as a player during my time here. So, everyone knows, the fans here are great and I’ve got a great connection to them. It’s been really good, but it’s not really my decision.”

Sorensen has “enjoyed” the season:

The Dane has played some 47 games this season, racking up more appearances than any other Imps player.

He said: “I’ve enjoyed it a lot. I’ve really enjoyed the season, learning the right-back position and keeping growing in that. I’ve enjoyed the good spells we’ve had, and the bad spells. Hopefully, we can get the biggest enjoyment at the end.”

Michael Skubala came into Lincolnshire in November, and after a festive period blip, has turned Lincoln into the division’s in-form outfit.

The Imps are currently 16 games unbeaten, which stands on the longest on-going stretch of games without defeat in the EFL.

Sorensen was full of praise for Skubala and his coaching staff, saying: “It’s been good. I think he’s come in and we all know the run we’ve been on, and obviously he’s been a massive part of that. I’ve really enjoying [working with] him, and the two assistant coaches Chris Cohan and Tom Shaw, and obviously Scott Fry as well.”

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