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Marney waits for contact talks

Burnley midfielder Dean Marney has revealed that he is not worried despite having not yet started contract talks with the club.

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Dean Marney: Not concerned about contract situation

Dean Marney: Not concerned about contract situation

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The 28-year-old's contract expires at the end of the season, having joined the Clarets in May 2010.

The former Hull player has been an ever-present for Sean Dyche's men so far this campaign, but he is not too concerned with the lack of progress in signing a new deal.

He said: "The club hasn't said anything to me. That's out of my control really. That's the club's decision and the manager's decision I suppose.

"I won't worry about that. What will be, will be. I will just come in every day, play the games and give my all and see what happens."

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