Chelsea FC Transfer News: Young Defender Implies Staying at Southampton Despite Blues Link
By Mark Wayne Eubank | April 1, 2014 11:56 PM EST
Southampton defender Luke Shaw is well aware of the fact that he is continually linked with big clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United, but the young England international believes that he should keep his focus on the Saints' remaining fixtures this season first.
“I think in the next year or so we can be challenging the top five teams.” - Luke Shaw on Southampton
"There is not a club I am not linked with, but I don't focus on that," Shaw told The Express.
"My main focus is my football on the pitch and I just want to keep doing that."
"It doesn't really bother me the attention I get. I just stay focused on my game on the pitch. Whatever is said is said."
"Stuff like that is going to happen but my main priority is the games. We've still got six left, so all the focus is on that."
Meanwhile, the 18-year-old left-back implied that he will be at St. Mary's Stadium in the years to come when he said: "I think in the next year or so we can be challenging the top five teams."
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