FUTACS HAPPY AT POMPEY

Marco Futacs insists he would be happy to stay at Portsmouth despite their relegation.

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Marco Futacs: Wants to be playing games

Marco Futacs: Wants to be playing games

Marco Futacs insists he would be happy to stay at Portsmouth despite their relegation to League One.

The Hungarian striker scored five goals in 29 appearances since moving to Fratton Park last summer but could not prevent Michael Appleton's side dropping out of the Championship.

"In terms of staying here next season, we will see what happens in the future," Futacs told the club's official website.

"I have talked to the gaffer and for me, as a young player, it is important to play and get as many minutes on the pitch as possible. This club has a huge history and I would be very happy to stay."

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