Vukojevic dreams of England

Ognjen Vukojevic is due back at Dynamo Kiev over the summer, but admits he would welcome the opportunity to test himself in England.

Last Updated: 22/03/13 at 17:31 Post Comment

Ognjen Vukojevic: Under contract at Dynamo Kiev but keen to try his luck in Engl

Ognjen Vukojevic: Under contract at Dynamo Kiev but keen to try his luck in Engl

The Croatia international is currently taking in a loan spell at Russian outfit Spartak Moscow, but that deal is only due to run until the end of the season.

Vukojevic remains under contract in Kiev and is reluctant to speculate on what the future may hold.

He is, however, prepared to reveal that a switch to the Premier League would be his preferred choice if a suitable offer is tabled.

Vukojevic told Sportske Novosti: "My contract with Dynamo runs for another two years and in the summer I will see what the next step will be.

"But I can't hide my big wish, which is to play in England. The Premier League would be something special for me.

"I like English football, I like the culture in the UK and I always enjoy it when I go there.

"But it is too early to talk about that. We will have to see what happens at the end of the season."

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