Lovenkrands not expecting move

Peter Lovenkrands believes he is likely to stay at Birmingham City until his contract expires at the end of the season.

Last Updated: 08/01/14 at 15:37 Post Comment

Peter Lovenkrands: Does not think he will leave Birmingham until the end of the

Peter Lovenkrands: Does not think he will leave Birmingham until the end of the

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The Danish attacker has been with the club since the summer of 2012 but is not a regular in Lee Clark's starting XI and is staying open-minded about his options for the future.

He does not anticipate a move during the January transfer window and has made it clear that he is desperate for more opportunities to impress.

The 33-year-old has not yet decided what he will do when his deal runs out.

"Of course, I would like to play more, but I hope I get the chance soon," Lovenkrands told Tipsbladet.

"I am taking it easy. I am still involved at the club and I am fit and ready."

He added: "Everything can happen of course, but right now I don't think something will happen.

"It will probably be during the summer, but I am focused on training well and be ready.

"I haven't thought much about the future yet, because I still got six months left on my contract."

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