Tisdale curbs talk of Harley move

09 January 2011 11:52
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has dampened speculation that star midfielder Ryan Harley is set for a move away from St James Park.The 25-year-old was only a second-half substitute as the Grecians drew 1-1 with MK Dons on Saturday. [LNB]Tisdale said: "Ryan's had a tough week and he's been playing the last two or three weeks under the weather. [LNB]"You can't promise anything in a transfer window, I'm not looking for anyone to go and Ryan's our player." [LNB]Tisdale continued: "He did great when he came on, he certainly showed his commitment and his determination.[LNB] We've only had firm offers from the one club, Brighton Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale We turned down a couple of bids from Brighton for him but they weren't reflective of what I think he means to us for the rest of the season, so as it stands at the moment he is our player." [LNB]Harley, who is out of contract at St James Park in the summer, has netted eight goals for the Grecians this term. [LNB]"There are clubs who I suspect have been watching Ryan and other players, but we've only had firm offers from the one club, Brighton," added Tisdale.

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