Stephen Kelly not thinking about Euro 2012

Stephen Kelly
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Stephen Kelly won't think about Euro 2012 until he has finished the season with Fulham.

Fulham defender Stephen Kelly is adamant that he will not be thinking about Republic of Ireland's Euro 2012 campaign until the end of the season.

The Londoners are currently ninth in the Premier League with four games left to play and Kelly insists that he is focussed on helping the Craven Cottage outfit to achieve the highest finish possible.

"We've been playing well and if we can continue our good form, and the good performances that we have been putting in, then there's no reason why we can't get to 50 points and then build on that," Kelly told the club's official website.

"We'll be looking to finish in the top eight which is definitely achievable with the points we're on and the games coming up.

"Then once the season has finished, I'll have an eye on the Euros. It's a major tournament and I'm so lucky and so privileged to be involved and I can't wait for that to start."

Kelly missed his side's win over Wigan Athletic on Saturday with a wrist injury.

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