English Premiership

Hart not thinking about City return

2016-10-31 11:51
Joe Hart (Getty Images)

Cape Town - England goalkeeper Joe Hart has said that he is unconcerned about the current speculation about his long-term future at Manchester City. 

Hart signed a season-long loan deal with Serie A club Torino after falling out of favour with new City manager Pep Guardiola. 

It is unclear whether Hart will look for a new club to call home after this season, but his main priority as of now is helping Torino enjoy a successful campaign. 

"I'm happy at this club and I'm happy to have the opportunity to be here. I'm only focused on Torino," he said. 

Hart’s tenure with Torino thus far has been mixed as he has put up a number of strong performances, but also been responsible for a few errors, including on his debut against Atalanta and against Inter Milan last Wednesday. 

While the 29-year-old has taken the blame for his mistakes, he feels that his side, who sit in eighth place on the standings, are performing well. 

"I take responsibility but making a mistake is something that happens when you're a goalkeeper," he said. "I'm disappointed but, in terms of the team, we have to keep playing like this."

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