Tubbs focused on Crawley

Striker says if 'anything happens, it happens' regarding a move

Matt Tubbs: Crawley Town striker focused on scoring goals amid speculation about his future

Crawley Town striker Matt Tubbs is keeping calm about his future amid speculation he could be on the move before the close of the transfer window.

Tubbs' goal knocked Championship side Hull City out of the FA Cup at the weekend and sent Crawley into the fifth round for the second year in a row.

The 27-year-old has already been the subject of a bid from League One outfit Bournemouth this month and is continuing to attract interest.

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However, he is trying to ignore the rumours and is focusing on scoring goals for League Two promotion chasers Crawley.

"I just go out there and do what I do in front of goal," said Tubbs.

"I've heard about the speculation and the rumours but there are only a few days left in the transfer window so if anything happens, it happens.

"I've been at Crawley for 18 months now and it's just my job so I'll get on with it whatever happens.

"If something does happen though, I'm sure it'll be good for me and good for the club, too."