“COMFORTABLE” Maurice Walker has hinted his future may lie at Worcester Wolves as he continues to enjoy life in England.

The 6ft 10in power forward has made a big impact in the British Basketball League since arriving at the University of Worcester Arena in November.

Walker has averaged 18.39 points and 9.13 rebounds per game and racked up a series of double-doubles to help Wolves turnaround their season.

With Worcester preparing to launch their play-off tilt at Sheffield Sharks tonight (7.30pm), the 25-year-old says he will wait until the end of the campaign before holding contract talks.

But he insists he has relished playing under head coach Paul James.

“I am really comfortable here,” said the Canadian.

“I really enjoy the staff, the coaches and all my teammates. I enjoy the city as well and I like this league. I can’t really complain.

“So coming back next year is definitely a possibility.”

Walker, who attended University of Minnesota, has previously plied his trade in Cyprus, Italy and Latvia.

“I have played in a few places overseas and I think the main thing for me about being at Wolves is that everyone speaks English here,” he continued.

“I can just go out and talk to people so it is easier to live life when everyone speaks the same language.

“I am a lot more comfortable on and off the court.”

But Walker admits his decision will also hinge on whether or not his childhood friend and teammate Ashton Khan agrees to stay at Worcester.

“Playing with Ashton is the main thing I enjoy about playing here,” he said.

“I am pretty sure he has a two-year contract, so if he comes back then it is all the more incentive for me to come back too.”

After the disappointment of losing to Plymouth Raiders in the BBL Trophy semi-finals in February Walker says he is fully focused on winning the end-of-season championships.

Wolves host Sharks in the second leg on Sunday (4pm).

“We are trying to win this championship now and after that my agent and the coach will probably talk to the management and figure something out,” he added.

“Now the regular season is over all my personal goals are done.

“My goal is to win a championship and I think everyone in the locker room is on the same page.

“We have learnt from the Trophy game at Plymouth where we blew the first leg and let them get off to an 18-point lead.

“Hopefully we can win both of these games, but even if we don’t we want to keep it in a range so we can do something special in that second game to get into the next round.”