Kvesic undecided on future
November 7, 2012
Matt Kvesic (c) is reportedly in demand © Getty Images
Worcester Warriors flanker Matt Kvesic admits that he is yet to decide where his future lies amid reported interest from other Aviva Premiership clubs.
Kvesic is regarded as one of England's best young back-row prospects and is currently in the Saxons mix. He has played at both openside and No.8 for the Warriors this season but is understood to prefer the No.7 shirt.
With both Saracens and Wasps reportedly targeting the 20-year-old, Kvesic's signature is likely to be hotly sought after with his contract up at the end of the season but the flanker has played down any suggestion that his future is already determined.
"I have not really had much thought or conversation about my contract," Kvesic told Worcester News. "I can definitely say it's not a done deal that I'm moving to another Premiership club.
"Coming back after the summer, I just wanted to get my head down, get as many games under my belt as I could and make sure Worcester want to keep me. That is the key for me, keeping my head down and playing rugby and if I do that I should be OK."
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