Holt remains focused on Hearts

Hearts midfielder Jason Holt insists the speculation over his future will not distract him on the pitch when the new SPL season kicks off.

Last Updated: 16/07/13 at 20:07 Post Comment

Jason Holt: Midfielder remains focused on Hearts

Jason Holt: Midfielder remains focused on Hearts

The cash-strapped Jambos last week turned down an improved offer for the 20-year-old lodged by a Championship club, rumoured to be Nottingham Forest.

But Holt claims he is refusing to focus on the transfer talk while Hearts - who are £25million in debt and will start the season on minus 15 points - remain in trouble.

He told HeartsTV: "Do I pay any attention to it? Not really, no.

"Everyone knows the club deals with that - I just want to play my football and concentrate on matters on the pitch."

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