Hulse - My future is at Derby

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Rob Hulse has brushed off talk of a big-money move away from Derby having been linked with Middlesbrough.

The striker, who joined from Sheffield United in a £1.75million deal last summer, has been linked with a £5million switch to Boro but insists his only focus is on getting himself fully-fit and scoring goals again for the Rams.

Asked about the reported interest from Boro, the 29-year-old told the Derby Telegraph: "I know nothing about it at all. As far as I`m concerned it's something I don't really need to be hearing about. I've been out injured and all I'm concentrating on is getting fit, getting myself back in a Derby shirt and getting goals again. This is where I want to be. I certainly see my future at Derby."

Middlesbrough are looking for a striker as they are likely to offload Tuncay and Afonso Alves before the transfer window closes.

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