Demouge out to repay Cherries

Bournemouth striker Frank Demouge has hit out at suggestions he is looking to leave the League One club.

Last Updated: 27/11/12 at 17:52

Demouge: Wants to prove himself

Demouge: Wants to prove himself

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The Dutchman has made just two starts since signing a two-year deal from FC Utrecht in the summer due to a knee injury.

Despite his slow start at Dean Court, Demouge has made it clear he is focused on making a success of his time on the south coast.

The 30-year-old told the Bournemouth Echo: "I want to repay the club for signing me and I want to show the fans what I can do. That is why I'm here.

"Maybe my English is not that good and people will write some wrong words. I don't care what they write or say about me.

"I know what I want, I know I'm not finished here and I want to show the people of Bournemouth what I can do."

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