Date: 25th June 2014 at 3:05pm
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Norwich City`s Dutch midfielder, Leroy Fer has been talking about his commitment to Norwich City and insists that he is not looking to go anywhere other than back to Norfolk for pre-season training, once the World Cup is over.

The 24 year old is currently on World Cup duty with Holland and scored with his first touch after coming on against Chile as a second half substitute on Monday. Fer has experienced both the ecstasy and agony of football in 24 hours after reportedly suffering a hamstring strain in training on Tuesday that could well end his World Cup adventure.

But he has insisted that once the World Cup is over that he remains committed to Norwich City.

“We had a really disappointing season and getting relegated was a bad moment for everyone at the Club,” said Fer.

“For myself, it`s a difficult feeling to come away with Holland and forget about what happened at Norwich. But I have had to refocus on the World Cup because this is a different situation to my club.

‘Whatever happens here in Brazil, I am a Norwich player. I am contracted to them for the next three years so my commitment is to them,’ he told reporters.

Nice to hear that from the big man, I`m keeping my fingers crossed that no-one comes in and bids for him. He`ll be a monster in The Championship.

OTBC