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I could stay at Adelaide United: Dodd

Adelaide United captain Travis Dodd has counselled his agent for saying the attacker is being forced from his A-League club.

Dodd is considering an offer to join Perth Glory next season, with his agent scathing of Adelaide's role in contract negotiations.

Agent Buddy Farah accused Adelaide of trying to drive his client from the club but they were comments which surprised Dodd.

"I spoke to my agent after, had a chat to him," Dodd said.

"I wasn't aware that he had spoken to the media so we had a good chat ... we're on the same page now."

While speculation has Dodd on the way out of Adelaide, the winger said he could remain with the Reds.

"There has been a lot said in the media but I have spoken with the football department and the coaching staff and we just keep working, keep trying to achieve the results each week," he said.

"We are all here for the same thing, to win a title, and that is not going to change.

"... I never had any intention of leaving before the season ended, that was never talked about.

"I want to stay here at this club and win a championship and hopefully I can stay beyond that.

"So that is something that we work towards each week, and the other stuff, that will work itself out."

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