Bednar pledges commitment
West Brom striker Roman Bednar is in no rush to quit the club after returning from a loan at Leicester.
Last Updated: 11/01/11 11:34am
West Brom striker Roman Bednar is in no rush to quit the club after admitting that his return from a loan at Leicester feels like a new beginning.
The 27-year-old had said in November that he would not return to The Hawthorns after leaving because he did not feel that he had the trust of boss Roberto Di Matteo.
But Bednar is now back with Premier League West Brom and he featured as a substitute in Saturday's FA Cup upset at Reading.
The Czech claims that life with the Baggies now feels like a 'fresh start' and he is determined to prove his commitment.
Bednar told the Express and Star: "I'm happy to be back and whether I played or not on Saturday wasn't important for me. I'm working hard and it feels like a fresh start for me.
"I chose myself that I want to stay. Everyone knows I love this club and I'm going to try to prove I should play.
"I'm happy to be here with the players and I'm working hard, that's what I promise."
He added: "I was pretty unhappy, and everyone saw that, before I left for the loan at Leicester. I have put my head straight. I had a good time at Leicester but I still feel like my place is here.
"I've got something left to prove. I love this club and I still want to be here. I went to see the gaffer and he said if I work hard I will get chances. That's enough for me."