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£2m-rated winger not Coventry City-bound

£2m-rated winger not Coventry City-bound

Andrew Driver wants to stay at Heart of Midlothian next season despite interest in him from the Championship in England.

Coventry City made an offer for the left-winger in January but the Jambos excellent season under Csaba Laszlo has left the 22-year-old thinking of better times ahead at Tynecastle.

'The season we've had this year is chalk and cheese from last year,' he said.

'Last year everyone was down, there was talk of people never coming back to Tynecastle, it was the worst team they had seen in years.

'Now we've regained a bit of pride. We've worked hard and done ourselves a bit more justice this season.'



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Thursday April 16 2009
Time: 1:39PM

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To be fair, there's nothing in what Andy says that implies he's definitely staying at Hearts next season. All he says is that he's contracted to us for a further four years, and until the club come to him and say an offer has been accepted, it's not a decision he has to make. £2M is too low though IMO, especially for such a talented young player on a long contract.
StockportJambo
16/04/2009 14:05:00
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To be fair, there's nothing in what Andy says that implies he's definitely staying at Hearts next season. All he says is that he's contracted to us for a further four years, and until the club come to him and say an offer has been accepted, it's not a decision he has to make. £2M is too low though IMO, especially for such a talented young player on a long contract.
StockportJambo
16/04/2009 14:05:00
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