Scott Sinclair 'definitely' wants to sign permanently for Aston Villa this summer

  • Scott Sinclair is currently on loan at Aston Villa from Manchester City
  • The 26-year-old winger has impressed for the club since his January move
  • Villa could make the switch permanent in the summer for a £2.5million fee
  • Meanwhile, Joe Cole has backed Villa to beat Arsenal and win the FA Cup 

By Laurie Whitwell for MailOnline

Published: 17:48 GMT, 21 April 2015 | Updated: 19:22 GMT, 21 April 2015

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Scott Sinclair has confirmed he wants to sign permanently for Aston Villa at the end of the season.

The winger is on loan from Manchester City but can be bought for £2.5million in the summer.

The 26-year-old, who has scored three goals in 10 games for Villa, said: 'I feel at home at Villa, it's a great club, I'm sure at the end of the season we can sit down and I can sign. Definitely.'

Winger Scott Sinclair is currently on loan at Aston Villa from Manchester City and has been in fine form

Winger Scott Sinclair is currently on loan at Aston Villa from Manchester City and has been in fine form

Sinclair has scored three goals in 10 games for Villa and wants to make his loan move permanent soon

Sinclair has scored three goals in 10 games for Villa and wants to make his loan move permanent soon

Sinclair scores Villa's second goal during the FA Cup fifth-round win over Leicester City in February

Sinclair scores Villa's second goal during the FA Cup fifth-round win over Leicester City in February

Villa midfielder Joe Cole is backing the club to defy the odds and beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final in May

Villa midfielder Joe Cole is backing the club to defy the odds and beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final in May

Meanwhile, Joe Cole believes Villa can beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May 30 if they repeat their performance from the semi-final against Liverpool.

'It's a tough game. They've been brilliant, a top side,' he said. 

'Arsene Wenger's really turned it round for them. They'll want to put another bit of silverware on the table, but if we play like we did against Liverpool and Tottenham, we'll be alright.' 

Villa are enjoying a new lease of life under manager Tim Sherwood and are currently on course to avoid relegation. 

Sherwood, who took over at the club in February after Paul Lambert was sacked, has steered Villa to 15th in the league table and their first cup final for five years. 

Tim Sherwood has worked wonders at Villa since taking over from the sacked Paul Lambert in February 

Tim Sherwood has worked wonders at Villa since taking over from the sacked Paul Lambert in February 

 

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