DRFC Sharp eyeing Premier League
Doncaster Rovers striker Billy Sharp is craving to play in the Premier League.
Sharp has already had enquiries made about him from fellow Championship side Ipswich Town since the end of the season, with the club turning down a reported £2.3 million bid.
The 25 year old is happy at Doncaster Rovers but admits an approach from a Premier League club might have him thinking about a move away from the Keepmoat. Speaking in the Doncaster Star, Sharp said, "Had it been a Premier League club then it might have been a different matter."
The clubs record signing has not help but notice this week fellow strikers from the Championship moving into the Premier League.
The Championships leading goalscorer last season, Danny Graham (Watford) and another player amongst the leading goalscorers, Steve Morison (Millwall) have both joined newly promoted Premier League clubs Swansea City and Norwich City respectively.
Last seasons leading goalscorer managed to find the net on sixteen occasions despite missing a chunk of the season through injury.
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