Fulham boss Mark Hughes has reaffirmed hopes to keeping hold of Zoltan Gera.

The Hungarian captain, 32 later this month, played a key role in helping Hodgson's men reach the Europa League final last season, but has become frustrated at a perceived lack of chances this term.

Hughes said: "I would like Zoltan to remain here, but obviously he would like to play on a more regular basis and I can't guarantee that to any of the players.

"He may feel, and we seem to get that message, that he needs to move elsewhere to get more football that he craves.

"I hope that is not the case because I would like Zoltan to stay here and he knows that, but we will have to wait and see."

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