Barnett desperate to quit Posh

On-loan Ipswich striker Tyrone Barnett says he would be "delighted" if he never returned to Peterborough.

Last Updated: 27/11/12 at 12:36 Post Comment

Tyrone Barnett: Would be delighted to leave Peterborough

Tyrone Barnett: Would be delighted to leave Peterborough

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Barnett moved from London Road to Ipswich on loan last week after he was placed on the transfer list following a police caution for an incident on a night out in Peterborough city centre.

"Obviously I'm contracted there so that is my parent club," Barnett told BBC Radio Suffolk. "But if I could get away I would be delighted.

"There's always regrets because I didn't want to leave the club in the way that I did. I'd rather it be on good terms. But that's life. You take it, get on with it and hopefully I can move on.

"I'd say [to Ipswich fans] take it with a pinch of salt. The lads and people who know me know I'm not a troublemaker or whatever people want to come up with.

"When you get to know me I'm an all right guy."

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