Date: 20th May 2009 at 3:52pm
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Mark Wotte expects Kelvin Davis to remain at the club next season.

Davis, 32, is out of contract in the summer, but Mark Wotte is confident that he will stay:

‘I had a good meeting with Kelvin Davis and it was a very positive conversation,’ Wotte told Southampton’s official website.

‘He has always said that he is keen to stay at Southampton if we can all agree an appropriate offer.’

The ex-Sunderland keeper won the Southampton player of the season award by a huge margin, and with this he has drawn a lot of attention from other clubs.

Leeds United have declared their interest along with some Championship clubs, and head coach Wotte is aware that it isn’t up to him: ‘It is in Kelvin’s hands now. We have outlined a provisional offer to him, but of course, it is dependent on us getting the go-ahead once the financial situation is more clear.’

 

One Reply to “Davis expected to stay”

  • I would love love love him to stay. I just can’t see it happening. Firstly, our financial predicament won’t help, and secondly, I don’t think he’ll want to be playing League 1 football when he knows he’s so much better than that. Will be interesting to see what happens…

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