Adelaide star Patrick Dangerfield says he is focusing solely on ensuring the Crows play finals this season, rather than where he might play next year.
Dangerfield is out of contract at season’s end and his future has been a constant talking point in the media, with speculation rife that he will join Geelong at the end of the year.
The midfielder told Adelaide radio station 5AA on Tuesday that he has not thought much about where he will be next year.
“It’s not something I’ve really thought about, to be honest,” Dangerfield said.
“My focus each and every week has been on the upcoming opposition.
“Sloaney’s’ the same, the other players who are out of contract are the same because we’ve spent plenty of time in the football wilderness, we haven’t played finals for a few years and that’s our goal, that’s our aim.
“This week, the challenge doesn’t get much bigger, it doesn’t get any bigger in season 2015.
“We welcome it, and we’re looking forward to it.”
Adelaide face the undefeated Dockers at Adelaide oval on Saturday night.
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