Frey pledges to stay at Parma
By Nadia Carminati. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
PARMA goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has pledged his future to the Gialloblu despite reports linking him with a move to England.
The French shot-stopper has been strongly linked with a possible move to Arsenal, but Frey insists he is happy to stay at Parma.
The highly-rated custodian still has three years to run on his Parma contract and he is adamant that he will see it out at the Ennio Tardini.
"I've still a three-year contract with Parma and I have to say I have the intention to honour it until the end," said Frey.
"The project we started this season is very exciting and I don't think anyone wants to leave.
"In Parma I feel good, we work in a good way and the group is very compact."
Frey believes Parma have had a season to remember having qualified for next season's Uefa Cup.
"I think it has been a year to remember. We were a new group who needed to find the right lines, instead we have immediately found important and big results," added Frey.
"We can be really satisfied, and I think the supporters are too."