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Noce seeking long term deal

Filed: Friday, 18th April 2014
By: Staff Writer

On-loan midfielder Antonio Nocerino wants to make his stay at West Ham a permanent one.

The 29-year-old was the best player on the park on Tuesday at Arsenal after being given only his second start since signing on loan from Milan back in January.

But despite having played so few games since moving th east London, the former Italian international admitted that he was loving life in London and hoping to extend his stay beyond the current short-term arrangement.

"I'm at West Ham on loan but I hope to stay in the Premier League even in the next season," Nocerino told Corriere dello Sport. "West Ham take precedence over other clubs because they gave me confidence when AC Milan no longer believed in me.

"I'm fine here in England even though there's a different mindset and a lot less pressure than in Italy."

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