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Wrexham Left Back Flattered By Swansea Interest

Wrexham left back Neil Taylor says he's flattered to be linked with a move to Swansea City.

Reports recently have suggested that Paulo Sousa is keeping an eye on the promising youngster, as well as Sheffield United's out of favour David Cotterill.

Taylor was flattered by the reports but talked down a potential move to the Liberty Stadium.

“It was great to hear,”

“Everyone wants to hear that clubs at a higher level are watching you.

“It shows I am doing something right.

“The gaffer says there is nothing you can do, you just have to keep playing.

“Every player wants to play at a higher level but I am a Wrexham player and I am just concentrating on that. When I go away with Wales, I concentrate on that.

“Lots of footballers get speculation but I have just got to concentrate on my football. I have just got to keep doing what I have been doing.”




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 5 2009

Time: 6:14PM

 

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