Crawley's Ademeno focused on game

04 February 2010 03:27
Crawley Town striker Charles Ademeno says he is concentrating on playing for the club after his deadline day move to a Football League club fell through.The 21-year-old, who has scored eight goals this season, saw the deal collapse because the paperwork did not go through in time. [LNB]He told BBC Sussex: "As a player you want to play at the highest level. [LNB]"It didn't go through, that's done and dusted. I just want to play the next game for Crawley Town to be honest." [LNB]Ademeno is hoping another chance to move into the full-time leagues will come.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] He said: "If I keep playing the way I've been playing over the last couple of months and if I keep banging goals in, I hope the door will open for me. If it comes and if it's the right move for me, hopefully I'll take it." [LNB]The summer signing from Southend United, who scored a hat-trick within six minutes at Grays in December, says he is ignoring the gossip surrounding him. [LNB]He said: "I don't really listen to it, I let the club and my agent deal with all of that so I can stay focussed on my football and that's the best way to do it."

Source: BBC_Sport