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Ince concentrating on Blackpool for now

Liverpool target Tom Ince claims he is concentrating on playing well for Blackpool and is ignoring speculation linking him with a summer move to Anfield.  


The former LFC Academy wideman was the subject of strong interest from Brendan Rodgers in the January transfer window, but Blackpool's asking price was too high and the move never materialised.  Manchester United and Swansea City were also rumoured to be trying to do a deal for the son of former England skipper Paul, but Ince junior says talks didn't get very far: “I don’t think any of the moves were close.  It’s great having that speculation and it’s very flattering. To have teams of that magnitude saying you’re a decent player, it gives me a smile and flatters me a lot."


The England u21 forward has been a revelation since swapping the Liverpool Reserve side for regular first team football in the Championship with Blackpool, and he is clearly appreciative of the opportunity given to him by the Seasiders:  “For me it’s about putting my faith in Blackpool because without that club, my team-mates and the fans I wouldn’t be Football League Young Player of the Year and the player I am now." he told Talksport. “My dream is to play at the top level and to achieve my ambitions, but it’s all about timing and patience, so when you get to the top you are ready to go and not jumping too soon.”

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