Davidson ponders next move

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has revealed he has already held talks with other clubs as his contract starts to wind down.

Last Updated: 13/01/13 at 12:10 Post Comment

Murray Davidson: Where next for St Johnstone midfielder?

Murray Davidson: Where next for St Johnstone midfielder?

Davidson has been linked with a host of clubs in Scotland and England in recent months and he will become a free agent this summer.

The 24-year-old, who has one Scotland cap, has made 28 appearances for the Perth side this season, scoring six times and putting in a series of impressive performances.

"I've spoken to my agent about a number of clubs, including Rangers, and if I do get offers on the table I'll need to weigh up each one," Davidson said.

"I'm free to speak to other clubs which I have already done. But until I have concrete offers I'll concentrate on doing well for Saints.

"Whatever decision I make, I'll do it because it's what I believe is the best thing for my career."

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