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EVERTON, Hitzlsperger: "I will work hard to be confirmed"

22.10.2012 08.15 by Marco Gori  read 1445
Source: www,evertonfc.com
© foto di Federico Gaetano

30 year old German midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger, who has just signed a three-month deal with Everton, has declared through his new club's official website: "First of all my focus is on the short-term. There are not many games between now and January but I want to stay beyond January because I enjoy it so much here. I think it is in my hands. I will get lots of opportunities to show what I can do in training and hopefully I will get plenty of games and I can prove to the gaffer I am worth keeping here beyond January. That is why I will work very, very hard".

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