London - Stoke City forward Peter Crouch says he still has a
future at the club despite managing just 45 minutes of Premier League football
The 34-year-old striker has found first-team opportunities
hard to come by this season, making just five appearances and scoring just
once, the winner in League Cup against Championship side Fulham on Sept. 22.
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Crouch joined the Potters for a club record fee from
Tottenham Hotspur in 2011, and has scored 33 Premier League goals in over 100
appearances for the club.
"Ideally, I want to force my way back in and play in a
few more games. But all I can do, when given the opportunity, is to try to take
it," Crouch told the BBC.
"Sometimes it can be frustrating and I have dialogue
with the manager. But every player goes though it. We've signed some fantastic
players this summer and there's lots of players wanting to get back in."For
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