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Anyon unsure of Port Vale future

Joe Anyon
Anyon made his 100th start for Port Vale at Morecambe on Saturday

Port Vale goalkeeper Joe Anyon has said other clubs are interested in signing him when his contract expires in June.

Anyon is yet to receive a contract offer and has been linked with a move to the Scottish Premier League.

He told BBC Radio Stoke: "I know there's a lot of teams interested, I'm on a free at the end of the season so I doubt anything will happen until then.

"Port Vale haven't come to me or offered me anything, but I'm loving every minute of playing for Vale."

The 22-year-old was the subject of interest from Premier League side Fulham last season and although a transfer did not materialise he said his aim is to play in the top-flight of English football.

"It's part of a long-term plan, I'm 22 and by the time I'm 28 or 29 I want to be playing in the Premier League," he said.

"Since Fulham nothing's really happened so I'm playing for Port Vale and I'm giving my all for them.

"I've just got to keep on putting in performances and keep being consistent."

Anyon made his 100th start for Vale in the 1-1 draw at Morecambe on Saturday and he said it was a proud day for him.

"It means a lot to me. There are lots of lads of my age that are still looking for games, so I'm honoured to have played 100 games and I'm honoured to have done it for Port Vale."

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see also
Morecambe 1-1 Port Vale
31 Jan 09 |  League Two
Anyon issues Vale rallying cry
16 Jan 09 |  Port Vale

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