Fuller eyes new Stoke deal

Striker keen to finish his career at Britannia Stadium

Fuller: Seeking to finish his career at Stoke

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Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller admits he would to sign a new deal at the club and finish his career at the Britannia Stadium.

Fuller, who is currently recovering from a serious Achilles injury, is entering the final year of his contract at Stoke.

The 31-year-old is keen to get back to fitness and win a new long-term contract with the Potters.

"Of course I would like to stay. I have been here five years, this is my home, and I would love to finish my career here," Fuller told the Stoke Sentinel.

"I have been working for that, and what I have done in the past is because I want to stay and finish my career here.

"Of course I would like to stay. I have been here five years, this is my home, and I would love to finish my career here."

Ricardo Fuller on his plans at Stoke

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"I play from the heart because I love the place and love the club. I am 31 now and another few years to try to finish here would be great."

Injury return

Fuller suffered the Achilles problem in April and he has set his sights on a return to action in September.

"It is four to six months to recover (after an operation), but I am healing well so the end of September would be four months.

"I am geared up for that, but if not then it would definitely be by the end of November."