Fulham defender John Paintsil has rejected suggestions he could be set to join West Brom.Reports claimed that Pantsil, who was in Ghana’s World Cup squad, would be sold as part of a squad shake-up following the appointment of Mark Hughes as Roy Hodgson’s successor.
However, Paintsil believes there is no truth in the reports and has indicated that he expects to remain at Craven Cottage for the coming season.
Fulham defender John Pantsil is aiming for a top-six finish under new manager Mark Hughes.
The Ghana full-back is convinced Hughes, who will be officially unveiled by the club tomorrow, can build on everything Roy Hodgson achieved at Craven Cottage. Against remarkable odds, Hodgson guided Fulham from the brink of relegation to the Europa League final in the space of two and a half seasons.