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Rhodes: I'm staying at Rovers

Jordan Rhodes has told Sky Sports News he has no plans to leave Blackburn Rovers.

Last Updated: 05/07/13 at 11:52 Post Comment

The Scotland striker was a big success in his first season at Ewood Park and scored 28 goals despite a difficult campaign for the Lancashire club.

A turbulent 18 months has seen Rovers relegated from the Premier League and then have four managers in a single season - but Rhodes believes the good times are now just around the corner.

"I'm very settled, it's a terrific football club as you can see here - tremendous fans, everything about it," said Rhodes.

"I enjoyed a good year last year, everyone was fantastic with me so - for as long as I'm welcome - I'm a Blackburn Rovers player."

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