Spurs target open to move

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Peterborough goalkeeper Joe Lewis has admitted that he would find it difficult to turn down a move to the Barclays Premier League as speculation around his future continues to grow.

The England Under-21 international won rave reviews for his performance in the 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Tottenham last weekend and has been linked with a move to White Hart Lane as cover for Heurelho Gomes.

Lewis said: "When you are playing well it's nice to know that the people watching are recognising that. If a Premier League club came in, it would be a difficult one to turn down but, on the other hand, you want to be playing week in, week out. It would be a decision I'd have to make if it came along."

He added: "I've just got to keep playing well and whatever happens will happen. Every footballer wants to play in the Premier League - it's the place to be - and I'm no different."

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