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Former Liverpool youngster is loving the Yorkshire life

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Barnsley winger Adam Hammill is in no hurry to fulfil his ambition and play in the Barclays Premier League.

The 22-year-old former Liverpool trainee, who added another super goal to his growing collection for the Tykes this season in the 1-0 win over Portsmouth, is expected to attract the interest of several top-flight clubs during the January transfer window.

"I'm enjoying my football and looking forward to the next match," he said. "The main aim is to play well and score goals."

He added: "To play in the Premier League is an ambition I've always had. For every young lad to reach the highest level is the ambition.

"But there's no rushing - it has to be the right time. I'm learning my trade at Barnsley. Whatever happens, I'm enjoying myself here."

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