Cameron Jerome feels he has been the victim of an "unfair" selection policy at Stoke and is seeking talks with manager Tony Pulis about the matter this summer.
Since signing a four-year deal with the Potters on transfer deadline day last August, forward Jerome has endured a frustrating time, starting only 16 games in all competitions. Although the 25-year-old's opportunities have been limited, he has still managed to contribute a fair share of goals, adding another in Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Everton.
That strike - coming two minutes after his introduction as a substitute - took his tally for the season to eight and Jerome believes he should be getting more of a look in. He told The Sentinel: "I have not been given a fair crack of the whip - what I think would be a fair run in the side."
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