Charles N'Zogbia Ready To Move On?
Wigan Athletic record signing Charles N`Zogbia says he is ready to move on to pastures new in the summer as he looks to `bounce` back to a big club after being given a chance to get his career on the up at medium sized Latics.
Speaking to the French football magazine 'France Football` N`Zogbia says he came to the Latics in order to get his game back on track after the shambles at Newcastle and now that he has achieved this it loks like its time to move on.
The 23 year old who has been a revelation this season under the guidance of Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez, says he hopes for a move to what he calls a big team in time for the new season.
Speaking to France Football N`Zogbia says: 'There have been plenty of rumours about me in the press'
'Now I want to reach a new level and gain more experience.
'My objective when I left Newcastle was to play for a medium-sized club, before bouncing back in a big team.
'I hope that will be the case next season. Everything comes to he who waits.'
So it looks like it will be merci et au revoir Charles
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