Striker slams Clarets exit

13 October 2006 10:47
Striker Andy Gray has played down speculation linking him with a move to a Premiership club and pledged his future to Burnley. The former Sheffield United striker, who joined the Clarets last season following a disappointing stint with Sunderland, has grabbed six goals in nine outings in the Championship and alerted a number of top-flight sides. However, Gray is enjoying his time with Steve Cotterill's men and has no intentions of leaving Turf Moor. He told BBC Sport: "I have no intention of leaving. I am enjoying my football as much as any other stage in my career. "The whole club is first-class. I can't speak highly enough of the management, the staff and the training and it is a very well run club. "Everybody wants to play there (the Premiership). It's probably the best league in the world and it would be fantastic to do it with Burnley. "But we don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves. It's been a good start, but we have to keep it going and not get carried away."

Source: ESA