Bednar rules out West Bromwich Albion exit
Roman Bednar insists his future lies at West Bromwich Albion Football Club.
The Czech striker left the Hawthorns for a loan spell at Leicester City in November, and vowed not to return to the Baggies having fallen out of favour under Roberto Di Matteo.
However, he is now back at Albion, and having featured in the FA Cup defeat to Reading, the 27-year-old insists he wants to win back his place in the first team.
“I'm working hard and it feels like a fresh start for me,” Bednar told the Express & Star. "I chose myself that I want to stay. Everyone knows I love this club and I'm going to try to prove I should play.
"I'm happy to be here with the players and I'm working hard, that's what I promise. I have put my head straight. I had a good time at Leicester but I still feel like my place is here.
"I've got something left to prove. I love this club and I still want to be here. I went to see the gaffer and he said if I work hard I will get chances. That's enough for me."
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