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Ince in no hurry to sign new Blackpool deal

Paul Ince's agent insists that his client is in no hurry to sign a new long-term contract with Blackpool.

But the agent insists that Ince is fully focused on Blackpool, who have become one of the favourites to win promotion to the Premier League this season.

Ince is currently on a one-year rolling deal with Blackpool.

"Paul is enjoying himself, but he loves hard work - that is what it is all about for him," Ince's representative Chris Nathaniel told Sky Sports.

"We cannot say anything about the interest from elsewhere, suffice to say we are aware of it - but as it stands Paul is fully focused on his job at Blackpool, if opportunities arise about then clearly we will look at that - as anyone would."


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