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Last Updated: Thursday, 14 October, 2004, 12:21 GMT 13:21 UK
Huth is happy to stay at Chelsea
Chelsea's German defender Robert Huth
Huth claims his explanation was lost in translation
Chelsea's German defender Robert Huth reiterated he has no intention of quitting Stamford Bridge for first-team football elsewhere.

Huth, 20, claimed speculation he would seek a move in January resulted from misquoted reports in the German media.

He said: "The manager was not happy with what he read, but I told him I did not say those things and want to stay.

"I only gave interviews to the German papers, and sometimes there might be mistakes with translation."

Huth added: "I showed him the German papers and said he could get his own translation if he wanted and he was happy with it and we're all good now.

I've been in this situation for the last three years so it is nothing new
Chelsea defender Roberth Huth

"I never said anything about my situation. I did not have a reason to say I want to go or am not happy.

"Obviously I want to play but at the moment I'm a bit short of games, but that's football.

"The manager has to make his decisions and at the moment I'm not playing.

"I've been in this situation for the last three years so it is nothing new to me."

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