Adam steers around future talk

Seasiders midfielder refuses to be drawn on transfer rumours

Adam: Reports continue to suggest that he will be on his way come the summer

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Charlie Adam claims his future will 'take care of itself', with Premier League survival his priority.

The Blackpool midfielder has seen the rumour mill kick into overdrive again over recent weeks, following a January transfer window loaded with intense speculation.

There was a stage in the New Year when it appeared as though Adam was destined for the exits at Bloomfield Road, with Liverpool and Tottenham leading the hunt to secure his signature.

In the end a move failed to materialise, but it is widely assumed to be only a matter of time before a deal is done.


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Adam, though, insists Blackpool are the only ones capable of discussing his future, with his focus locked firmly on the Seasiders' bid to beat the drop and preserve their top-flight status.

"My targets are the five games and safety," the Scotland international told Fifa's official website.

"We'll let the future take care of itself. I don't make the decision about my future, the club make it and at the end of the day the club is the most important thing.

"First and foremost we have to stay in the Premier League."


Blackpool opened the 2010/11 campaign in impressive style, but have fallen off the rails in spectacular fashion of late.

Eleven defeats in their last 13 outings have seen them tumble into the relegation zone and Adam admits they now face a tough task to haul themselves clear of trouble.

He added: "We have three home games, which is a positive. But at the end of the day, we are in the mix - and football can be great, but also cruel sometimes.

"We've got five games to go, three or four teams that we can catch and we want to have a right good go at it and just try and get as many wins as we can.

"If it's good enough we'll stay up, and if not we will go down."

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