Adam Bogdan willing to wait for contract negotiations

Adam Bogdan of Bolton in action during the Sky Bet Championship match between Blackpool and Bolton Wanderers at Bloomfield Road on October 01, 2013
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Adam Bogdan insists that he is in no rush to hold talks with Bolton Wanderers over a new deal.

Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has claimed that he is in no rush to hold contract talks with the club.

Bogdan has just one year remaining on his current deal, but he insists that he is not concerned about his current situation ahead of another pre-season with the Championship side.

"I'll go away, have three or four weeks to rest, let everyone recharge and then I'll be ready for a really great season," the 26-year-old told The Bolton News. "Perhaps we talk then.

"I've always said that I wanted to get back into the Premier League, and with Bolton, and that hasn't changed.

"The only thing I can really affect is how I prepare, how I train, all the rest is for other people to talk about."

Dougie Freedman recently suggested that any new deal for Bogdan will be decided by the budget he is given by the club.

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