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N`Zogbia Happy At Wigan Athletic


Wigan Athletic midfield man Charles N`Zogbia may be attracting lots of plaudits and a fair bit of interest, Birmingham City and Sunderland are just two reportedly keen, but the Frenchman says he aint going nowhere and he is extremely happy at the Latics.

The 23 year old is playing possibly the best football of his career at the moment and since he escaped his nightmare at Newcastle N`Zogbia is enjoying a new lease of life of under Latics boss Roberto Martinez who has given him the freedom to adopt a more attacking role than what he had at St. James` Park.

Speaking through his agent Franck Peslerbe, N`Zogbia says he is 100% focused on the Latics and really enjoying his football at the DW Stadium and that`s where he wants to stay, Peslerbe said: 'I am not surprised if other clubs are interested in Charles as he enjoyed many good performances for Wigan.

'However, Charles is 100 per cent focused on Wigan and the important games they have coming up.

'He is happy there after an unhappy time at Newcastle and he is enjoying playing under Roberto Martinez.

'If Charles was to leave it would be with Wigan's agreement because Charles has a contract there.

'If a club comes in it will be Wigan's decision and Charles wants to respect Wigan.'






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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 29 2009

Time: 2:08PM

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He has been fantastic so far this season
worbo
Would hate to see him go.
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fantastic player, and he have to stay
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