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May happy with Saints

St Johnstone striker Stevie May insists he is happy at McDiarmid Park despite continuing speculation over his future.

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Stevie May: Striker happy with St Johnstone

Stevie May: Striker happy with St Johnstone

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The Scotland U21 international notched his 12th goal of the season as he helped the Saints to a 2-0 Scottish Cup fourth-round win over Livingston on Saturday.

Peterborough failed with a bid for May in August and last week it was reported that Rotherham offered £300,000 for the player which was rejected by the Scottish Premiership side.

However, May continues to ignore all transfer speculation.

"I have started well and I have to try to continue that form," said the 21-year-old.

"I have more goals than I would have thought at this stage of the season which is good. But I am not looking too far ahead.

"The gaffer keeps me informed but I didn't think too much about that (Rotherham), I had no decision to make.

"I am happy playing for St Johnstone and learning my trade, I am playing every week, doing well so there is no reason to look elsewhere."

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