Michael Chopra: 'I don't have to leave'

Michael Chopra on April 17, 2012
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Ipswich Town striker Michael Chopra says that he could stay at the club, despite the fact that he has been placed on the transfer list.

Michael Chopra has insisted that he will not be forced out of Ipswich Town this summer.

A report this morning claimed that the Tractor Boys had made the former Newcastle United and Sunderland striker available for transfer.

However, despite having confirmed the rumours, the 29-year-old has hinted that he could remain at Portman Road for another season.

"Just coz I'm on the transfer list does not mean I hav 2 leave I hav 1 year left on my contract its down 2 the player if he wants 2 go or not," he wrote on the social networking site Twitter.

"Just because they accept a bid does not mean I will leave might not be the right club for me to go to."

Chopra joined Ipswich from Cardiff City back in 2011.

Michael Chopra on April 17, 2012
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