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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Alleged QPR Transfer Target Happy For Now

Setanta/Tom Adams - Radek revelling in Spurs run
After helping Tottenham Hotspur secure such a memorable win over arch-rivals Arsenal on Tuesday night, Radek Cerny told setantasports.com he is happy with his new status as the club's number one goalkeeper.
The Czech international was brought into Juande Ramos' starting XI at the expense of Paul Robinson for the Carling Cup semi-final, first leg draw at Emirates Stadium on January 9 and, five games and four goals conceded later, was celebrating being part of a Spurs side that wrote their name into local folklore with a 5-1 destruction of their near-neighbours in the return fixture at White Hart Lane.
Cerny has looked assured in the role since displacing England's Robinson, and will now be targeting a prolonged run in the side in the long build-up to the Carling Cup final at Wembley on February 24, starting with Sunday's trip to Manchester United in The Premier League.
Whilst he is adopting the old adage of 'taking each game as it comes', understandably given has played just 14 times in his two-and-a-half-year career in North London, the keeper who has been linked with a move to free-spending QPR admits he is currently delighted to be playing a key role for Ramos and his quickly improving side.
"Yes [I am happy] because now we are playing a third game [in a row] where I am playing and we have won, that is very important," Cerny told setantasports.com.
"Especially because Tottenham have not won against Arsenal for nine years, and the supporters were unbelievable.
"It is difficult to say now [if he will keep his place], but I always look just one game, which is next."...
"It was perfect [in the dressing room], everyone was so happy because we beat Arsenal 5-1," Cerny continued.
"It is not just for me, for everyone, I feel everyone is so happy about the win, especially against Arsenal.
"Now we have to think about the next game against Manchester United on Sunday and still there are a lot of games.
"I think [Wembley] is one of the best stadiums in the world but the final game is on the 24th and that is still a long way." Setanta

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