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Graham Stack wants to stay at Barnet and help them back into the Football League following their relegation this season.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 15:46

Graham Stack: Committed to the cause

Graham Stack: Committed to the cause

The Bees suffered the drop to non-league football on a dramatic final day after losing 2-0 at Northampton, but goalkeeper Stack says he remains committed to the club.

"I signed a three-and-a-half-year deal in January so I showed my commitment," he said.

"I am not one to shy from any challenge. I have got friends who play in the Conference.

"You have only got to look at Luton sitting in mid-table. But Barnet is a big club and we have got enough quality within the group now.

"The big question is who is going to be here next season? The club will have to restructure financially with wages.

"If we get a group together who are determined I can't see there being a problem. But it is going to be a tough, tough ask.

"It will be a massive effort for us get back in the Football League but it is a challenge I am sure everyone is relishing."

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