Clarke:No bids for Dorrans

Clarke has praised the attitude of midfielder Graham Dorrans since stating his desire to leave the Baggies.

Last Updated: 30/01/13 at 15:05 Post Comment

Clarke has praised Dorrans's attitude

Clarke has praised Dorrans's attitude

West Brom head coach Steve Clarke has praised the attitude of midfielder Graham Dorrans since stating his desire to leave the Baggies earlier this month.

Dorrans wanted a fresh start after being frustrated at a lack of first-team chances although he has been more involved in recent matches.

But Clarke confirmed there have been no offers for the Scottish international

He said: "There have been no bids for Graham, he's still here and part of the group and is playing matches.

"One of his big grievances was that he wasn't playing games, but he's played a lot of matches recently and done well for us.

"Everybody has their own character and their own way of doing things.

"Graham has said he wants a transfer but has gone about his business in the right way and is still part of the group and well respected."


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