Ambrose reveals Premier dream

Celtic defender Efe Ambrose admits he dreams of playing in the Premier League amid speculation linking him with Liverpool.

Last Updated: 20/02/13 at 12:09 Post Comment

Efe Ambrose: Dreams of playing in the Premier League

Efe Ambrose: Dreams of playing in the Premier League

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Nigeria international Ambrose has scored three goals in 28 games since arriving from Israeli club Ashdod last summer.

His performances are thought to have alerted a number of Premier League clubs including Liverpool, Sunderland and Swansea.

The 24-year-old says he is happy at Parkhead but admits it is flattering to be linked with an Anfield move and hopes to one day play in the English top-flight.

The centre-back, who suffered defeat with Celtic in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last 16 tie with Juventus last week, said: "I am happy to be linked with a club like Liverpool.

"My dream is to play across the border. The English league is the best but I am happy at Celtic.

"I love the fans here and we were unlucky against Juventus."

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