Ross Barkley not thinking about future move

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Everton midfielder Ross Barkley is happy to be playing games at Goodison Park - hinting that he will not be prepared to sit on the bench at a bigger club.

The 19-year-old has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea after an impressive start to the season under new manager Roberto Martinez.

The powerful midfielder has played every minute of the Toffees' Premier League campaign so far - and his eye-catching displays led to his first England cap against Moldova earlier this month.

Barkley's style of play and his rise to prominence bears striking similarities to that of Wayne Rooney, who left Everton for Manchester United in 2004, but the current Everton starlet is not thinking about a move to a bigger club just yet.

"I'm young, I feel like playing every game and, for me, the more games the better," Barkley was quoted as telling the Daily Star. "It's been a good start to the season but I'm hoping to get better as it goes on."

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