DYNAMIC Dane Benjamin Basso said he would do “everything I can” to return to Pirates but admitted the situation was “complicated”.

Basso was brought in by the Wimborne Road outfit midseason in 2021, after parting ways with Zane Keleher.

The Wimborne Road outfit did try to recruit Czech Ondrej Smetana as a replacement for Keleher but he failed to turn a wheel due to travel issues.

That paved the way for Poole to snap up former world youth champion Basso, who wowed the crowd both on and off track while helping Pirates seal a league and cup double.

Asked whether he would like to return to Poole in 2022, the Odense-born racer said: “You know, it’s complicated with my Danish league because I have my sponsors and everything in Denmark.

“They are a huge supporter of me in terms of my economy.

“But if I had the chance I would do anything I ever could to come back because I feel like I was home when I was at the stadium.

“The guys around me in the pits, my teammates they have just been so awesome and supportive.

“The fans at the stadium, I can hear them cheering me on every time I go to the tapes. It’s the best feeling ever.

“I can’t thank everyone enough. I will do everything I can to come back because I feel like this is my home.”

Pirates are set to remain in the second tier of British speedway next season, as they look to defend their league and cup crowns.