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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Son happy with Hamburg

Hamburg star Hueng Min Son has refused to speculate he could soon be on his way out of the German club.

Heung-Min Son
Hueng Min Son is happy with life in the Bundesliga

The 20-year-old striker has attracted attention from various clubs in Europe, with Tottenham Hotspur said to be one of the South Koran internationals admirers.

But Son dismissed the transfer rumours, admitting he is enjoying life in the Bundesliga.

"Why not extend my current deal? That would be a possibility. I feel very comfortable with life in Hamburg," Son told ZDF. "I still have a contract until 2014, we will talk about it when the time has come. We shouldn't worry it about it now."

And Son’s belief Hamburg is the right place to be for the time has echoed by the youngster’s father, Son senior advising his son to focus on Hamburg’s European aspirations.

"I don't care about his other plans. I want Heung-Min to work hard at Hamburg, and help his team so they can qualify for a European competition," he said.

Hueng-Min Son has netted nine times in 22 league appearances for Hamburg this season.

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