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Fenlon Doesn't Want To Go Anywhere Else

Fenlon Doesn't Want To Go Anywhere Else

If you're looking to earn a new contract then saying the right things doesn't go against you does it, and Jim Fenlon has said all the right things as he goes in search of a new AFC Wimbledon deal.

When Fenlon says it though you tend to believe it as he's been with Wimbledon since 2010 as a 16-year-old.

Fenlon has had to battle with Callum Kennedy to get regular first-team football this season but so far has made only 15 appearances whereas Kennedy had managed to turnout 25 times.

A new contract is something that he's hoping to get, as he told Get West London: 'Wimbledon has been my club since I was 16 really, so obviously I've grown up here and it would be hard to go somewhere else.

'I'm just grateful to be here so if they offer me a new contract I will be happy to sign it, but at the moment there is nothing on the table, so it is up to me to earn a new deal.'

Wherever he played the 19-year-old is just happy to play and hopes to get more involvement before the season is out, by which time he'll hope to have secured himself a new contract.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday February 4 2014
Time: 2:42PM

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Been with us a while but sentiment doesn't come into football anymore. Ardley will do what's best for Wimbledon and not Fenlon, which could be him staying of course.
The Real Dons
05/02/2014 12:21:00
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