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Foster Is Staying Despite Links

Foster Is Staying Despite Links

Goalkeeper Ben Foster is happy that he is being linked with moves to bigger clubs, but he has no intention of leaving Blues at this moment in time.

Since the keeper was brought to St Andrews from Manchester United, he has impressed everyone at the club with his displays and has even found himself back in the England scene.

He has also attracted the interest of other clubs, some of which are rumoured to be interested in trying to tempt the 28 year old away.

However, Foster insists he has no plans to leave.

He told reporters: 'I was at Watford on loan for two years and this is up there with that.

'I've loved every minute of this season. The dressing room we've got here and the spirit is fantastic.

'I wouldn't want to leave that to be honest with you. I'm back home in the area where I was born.

'I saw Peter Odemwingie being interviewed yesterday and he said a happy man at home is a happy man on the pitch. I totally agree with it.'




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Date:Tuesday May 3 2011
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