Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall ignoring transfer speculation

David Marshall of Cardiff celebrates after Peter Whittingham scores his team's opening goal of the game during the Premier League match between Cardiff City and West Bromwich Albion at Cardiff City Stadium on December 14, 2013
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David Marshall insists that he is not thinking about his future while Cardiff City fights to stay in the Premier League.

Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall has insisted that he is not thinking about his future while the club battles to stay in the Premier League.

Reports have suggested that the 29-year-old Scottish international could replace Hugo Lloris at Tottenham Hotspur should the Frenchman leave this summer.

Despite those rumours, Marshall is only focusing on keeping the 18th-placed Bluebirds in the top flight following their promotion last season.

"I am desperate right now to try to help keep this club in the Premier League," he told Wales Online.

"At this moment in time my personal career does not really come into it. I am going to be judged over these last games now. That's me, all the other players and the club as a whole."

Cardiff continue their fight for survival on Saturday when they entertain fellow strugglers Crystal Palace.

Spurs 'keeper Hugo Lloris in action against Crystal Palace on August 18, 2013
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