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Adam Bogdan on Bolton future: "I feel good here."

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Bolton Wanderers' season has ended and the speculation on players' futures has begun. Dougie Freedman is yet to really make his mark on the team after having made only two permanent signings in his first six months at the club and as such, it seems that the rumors will come fast and thick. If the papers are to be believed, no one is exempt.

Bogdan was purchased by Sammy Lee in August 2007 from Hungarian side Vasas. After spending a few years in the reserve system, a very brief loan to Crewe Alexandra, and a few seasons as Jussi Jaaskelainen and Ali Al Habsi's understudy, the now-25-year-old broke into the starting lineup. Following an injury to Jussi, Bogdan become first choice at Bolton and that was reaffirmed when Jaaskelainen moved to West Ham.

The goalkeeper's contract was set to expire at the end of next season but in November, he extended his deal by a further year, having it run until 2015.

Speaking to Hungarian website Origo.hu (translated by Sky Sports), Bolton goalkeeper and Hungary international Adam Bogdan discussed what may come next for him:

"I can't see the future so I don't know what will happen to me. One thing is for sure, I am contracted to Bolton and I feel good here.

"The Championship is maybe the most exciting league in the world, where one can learn a lot, but of course it would be best to play in the Premier League.

"That would be a step forward in my career regarding my improvement."

Continuing with the Origo interview, Adam Bogdan was also asked about the season's final day:

"The fans were disappointed but they clapped us off and let us know that they appreciated the way we fought and what we showed on the pitch.

"The dressing room was silent and stunned afterwards because all of us were fighting to get into the play-offs, which would have given us a chance to reach promotion."