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By ESPN Staff

McArthur tips McCarthy to stay

James McArthur is not convinced his Wigan team-mate James McCarthy will leave this summer - even if bigger clubs come calling.

Liverpool have been strongly linked with a move for the Republic of Ireland midfielder, who has made more than 50 appearances for the Latics since moving from Hamilton two years ago.

McCarthy, 20, became a key player for Wigan last season and McArthur feels his former Hamilton team-mate will be anxious to maintain regular first-team football.

''I'm sure he'll be tempted if there are offers there,'' McArthur said. ''To be linked with teams like Liverpool and Arsenal is very tempting but I'm sure he'll want to keep playing. So it's a Catch 22 and a hard decision for him again.''

McArthur, 23, who arrived at Wigan last summer, is not surprised that the player he grew up with in Hamilton's youth set-up is apparently wanted some of the top clubs in England.

The Scotland midfielder said: ''I always believed he would play in the Premier League and when I saw him make his debut and he was doing so well, I knew he would kick on, and he has.

''Playing with him this season has been brilliant, he is one of our top performers.''

McArthur admits his team-mate was a source of inspiration to himself and other players in Scotland following his early impact in England.

''He was a young boy at Hamilton and has gone down there and become a Premier League star,'' McArthur said. ''He has been linked with so many moves, it shows how well he has done.''

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