Jonathan Walters hints at Stoke City exit

Jonathan Walters
Stoke City striker Jonathan Walters admits that he may leave the club if he does not feature more this season.

Stoke City striker Jonathan Walters has suggested that he could be forced to leave the club if he does not play more this season.

Potters boss Mark Hughes has significantly boosted his squad this summer, bringing in six new players so far.

With added competition for places at the Britannia Stadium, Walters admits that he may move on in the near future.

"We now have a huge squad and I'm pretty sure the club will want to get players out," the Republic of Ireland international, 30, told The Sentinel.

"There will be speculation because I haven't played as much and I see there have been rumours about myself and Peter Crouch.

"It's not for me to consider, it's for the club, but if the manager turns round and says we've got enough players and we are accepting an offer, what can you do?"

West Bromwich Albion are understood to be monitoring Walters's transfer situation at Stoke.

Peter Crouch (C) of Stoke celebrates with teammates after scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Aston Villa on March 23, 2014
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