Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo has insisted he remains focused solely on the Seagulls despite interest from a number of Premier League clubs.
Chelsea – and former Brighton boss Graham Potter – are incredibly keen on the Ecuador international but they do We’ve already seen preliminary investigation knocked againwith sources confirming to 90 minutes Owned by Brighton No desire to separate from Caicedo.
The Seagulls are sixth in the Premier League, ahead of most Caicedo interested parties. with life in Brighton Going well now, the midfielder insisted he remains solely focused on his current club.
“I am focused on Brighton,” he told the club’s media. “I’m here, I play every day. Things from the outside don’t bother me, they don’t take that focus away because I’m only focused here.
“I deal with it [the speculation] we will. You hear rumors here and there, but I just try to focus on the club I’m in now, the club that opened the doors for me to play every week.”
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Caicedo continued to express his gratitude to current Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi, whose tactics have earned him plenty of praise since his move to AMEX.
“We’re getting better all the time. There’s an evolution with every game – we all understand each other better. The coach gives us that confidence to always do things well on the pitch”, continued Caicedo.
Roberto [De Zerbi] He really helped me get the ball out from behind and I think I learned that well, I enjoy playing the ball out from behind. We do it well, we get out of deep situations. It’s his favorite system and I enjoy it.”