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Fulham: Claus hopes for new deal.

Popular Fulham midfielder Claus Jenson still hopes for a new deal.

Jensen, whose career with Fulham has been plagued by injuries since his switch from Charlton in 2004, told the club website: 'On a personal level it's nice for me to be back playing. When you have such a long period out there's nothing like running onto the pitch, even if it sometimes doesn't go your way like in the first half against Everton.

'I've been plagued by injuries but hopefully we won't be talking about that anymore. The strains I have had may have been caused by a lack of strength in the core region and that's what I've worked hard to really strengthen and I feel stronger than I have done in a long time.

'The main thing is getting the chance to come back and prove yourself. I need to win over people's confidence again which is completely fair and logical. Hopefully I can continue this form.

'I feel great now, I've worked really hard to come back and I feel good. Whatever happens, I've always said that I'm very happy here so let's see what happens.

'In football you know when you're in the squad you have to do the best you can and you know you'll get chances. Every player at Fulham will be used this year and it's about taking your chances when you get into the side. I'm trying to build confidence in people that I'm fit and back playing and it's great that it's going well.'




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Date:Wednesday November 8 2006

Time: 8:31AM

Your Comments

Not sure whether we should take the risk again, even though he is an asset when fit, he's not fit very often!
loubie
perhaps a lower weekly wage and a pay as you play contrct would be a better deal for the club and it tends to get the players back to fitness quicker.
Cravens
He has beeen on good form of late and should be kept, methinks.
wei, wu and shu
He may have been on good form of late but he is mega injury prone!
Cravens
Well he should be working even harder this time of the year - like every Santa Claus.
pompeygray
Get that idiot Everton Fan to cough up the extra weekly ££
BaldyYid
 

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