Speaking on the “A Bit of Bully” Podcast (as cited by the Sheffield Star), Crawley Town forward Bez Lubala has had his say on reported transfer interest in his services, insisting it will not get in the way of the job at hand with the Red Devils.
Since joining the club in the summer transfer window upon his release from Birmingham City, young forward Bez Lubala has made a good impression with League Two side Crawley Town. The 21-year-old has scored seven goals and provided one assist in 16 games in League Two.
His form has seen him linked with clubs from the Championship and League One. Second-tier trio Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough and Wigan Athletic have all been said keen on Lubala, while Peterborough United are also said to be keen on the forward.
But speaking with teammate Dannie Bulman on the “A Bit of Bully” Podcast, Lubala has insisted that he is not letting the reported interest get to his head, stating he is fully focused on the task at Crawley. He said:
“If you’re doing well, people are going to talk, you’re going to get rumours and stuff. My main focus is just focusing on what we’ve got at Crawley, what we’re trying to do – the objective. And I’m not really getting carried away with any of that stuff at the moment.
“I’m just focusing on my targets. And the better the team does, the better I’m going to do. That’s the main focus – the team getting up the table. And the individuals will shine through that, really.”