Goalkeeper Marek Stech expects Yeovil Town exit this summer

Yeovil Town's Marek Stech in action against Swansea during a friendly match on July 19, 2013
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Yeovil Town goalkeeper Marek Stech describes staying at the club as 'not good for his future'.

Goalkeeper Marek Stech looks set to leave Yeovil Town this summer after describing staying with the club as 'not good for his future'.

The 24-year-old Czech stopper joined the Glovers from West Ham United two years ago and helped the club gain promotion to the second tier for the first time in their history last season.

He featured less this season because of injury problems as Yeovil were relegated back to League One, and now he expects to move on once his contract expires next month.

"My Yeovil contract expires in a month and I am most likely not staying there as it would not be good for my future," he told Czech news agency CTK.

"I would like to stay in the Championship or even get into the Premier League, that's my dream."

Watford are one club that are reportedly interested in Stech's signature, while a move back to his homeland to play for Sparta Prague has also been touted.

James McAllister the captain of Yeovil Town celebrates victory with team mate Gavin Williams during the NPower League One play off final between Brentford and Yeovil Town at Wembley Stadium on May 19, 2013
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