Andre Gray brushes off Turf Moor exit talk From Lancashire Telegraph The 26 year old is out of contract next summer and is yet to sign an extension to that deal, leading to fears he could walk away for free in a year's time.
West Ham, who failed with a 15million bid for Gray back in January, are one of several Premier League clubs to be linked with a move for the former non league hotshot this summer. But Gray remains a Claret at the moment and after firing in a hat trick at Alfreton Town on Saturday he said he was ignoring the speculation over his future to focus on his football at coach outlet products Turf Moor. "It's part and parcel (of the game), you concentrate on where you are," he said. "Nothing has happened, there's nothing to think about, I'm concentrating on Burnley and that's what I'll always do." Gray's rise from the non league ranks has been meteoric and after a successful 2013/14 campaign in the Conference with Luton Town he moved to Brentford, before swapping Griffin Park coach outlet coupons xcaret for Turf Moor ahead of the 2015/16 season. So Gray is used to dealing with talk surrounding his future and is instead focusing on building coach outlet stores black friday sales on last season's return of nine Premier League goals in his first year in the top flight. "The last five years, every window there's something new coming out, it's nothing new to deal with," the striker said. "I want to become a better player and concentrate on my football here.
" Gray started Saturday's friendly at the Impact Arena alongside new signing Jon Walters. His 2million move from Stoke City has increased competition for places in the front two, but it's a battle Gray is relishing coach outlet coupons september 2016 and he thinks Republic of Ireland international Walters could be a shrewd addition for the Clarets.
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