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Parker holds off on transfer talk

Scott Parker says he will take a summer holiday with his family before making any decisions on his playing future.

Parker is expected to leave West Ham following the team's relegation from the Premier League. The midfielder will hold talks with news Hammers boss Sam Allardyce later this month to determine whether or not he will leave Upton Park to stay in the top flight.

Parker said: "I've not really any idea where I might be playing next season.

"My main focus now is going away with my family on holiday and just relaxing.

"It's been a tough season and my main focus is getting away and just relaxing.

"I haven't set myself a deadline. Whether you believe it or not, my main focus is just going away and relaxing and what's to be is going to be.

"It's out of my hands, out of my control, really, isn't it? We will see what happens.''

Meanwhile, Parker is confident that Fabio Capello's England side can top their Euro 2012 qualifying group after being part of the team that was held to a 2-2 with Switzerland at the weekend.

"We are a nation who expect to top the group and we have the players and the quality to top the group.

The last thing you want is a play-off.

"It was a disappointing result against Switzerland but, as quick as this result passes, we look forward to the next.

"Everyone could see the last 15 minutes was a bit tiring. It was a bit flat and a bit leggy for all of us.

"But that is no excuse. We have had a hard season but our job is to go out there and produce a performance," he said.

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