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Quashie wants permanent deal

Nigel Quashie has let it be known that he wants to make his loan stay with Birmingham City a permanent move in January.

The West Ham midfielder has made nine appearances since joining the club in October.

Quashie's current deal at St Andrews is due to expire on December 28 but the 30-year-old is keen to prolong his stay.

He said in The Sun: 'If I could sign for Birmingham, then I couldn't ask for any more.

'I wouldn't hesitate to come to Birmingham because I think it will be a new start for me.

'I'm really happy with how things are going and would not change a thing.

'If I could come to Birmingham I'd come straight away. Playing for Birmingham is what I want to do.'




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Date:Monday December 15 2008

Time: 1:04PM

 

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