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Al Habsi considers leaving Bolton Wanderers

Goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi insists he is happy at Bolton but would have to carefully consider any potential offer to move away from the Reebok Stadium.

The Oman international, who has one year remaining on his Trotters contract, is likely to remain as Jussi Jaaskelainen's understudy this season after the Finland international signed a four-year contract extension.

Al Habsi, who made 10 Barclays Premier League appearances last season, has discussed the prospect of leaving Bolton with his agent Peter Harrison, with persistent reports linking him with Turkey's Galatasaray, newly-promoted West Brom and Coca-Cola Championship side Ipswich.

The 26-year-old said: 'I spoke to Peter after my return from Muscat two days ago but there is nothing clear yet.

'All the offers that were mentioned are not yet official and even if they become official, I must study them well.'

Al Habsi, who moved to Bolton from FC Lyn Oslo in January 2006 after signing a pre-contract agreement in 2005, dismissed suggestions he is unhappy and is optimistic ahead of the forthcoming campaign.

'Any decision should be studied very well but the truth is that I'm comfortable here at Bolton and I'm taking part in the training sessions and everything is good for me with the team,' he added.

'Everything is going so good and I still have one year in my contract with Bolton and hopefully things will be good for me this season.'


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