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Doyle insists no big-heads at Reading

Reading striker Kevin Doyle insists no-one at the club has become big-headed over their Premiership status.

Doyle, who struck the winner yesterday against Derby, said: "You have to continue earning the right. I don't call myself a Premier League player unless I'm in it for four or five seasons.

"If you are there for one season then you are only on a holiday, and you could be gone again just as quickly.

"I don't think any of us consider ourselves Premier players until we do it again and again."

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