Roeder Responds

Glenn Roeder denies reports that he is looking to bring another goalkeeper to the club.
"A story has been brought to my attention saying that we are meant to be about to pay £1m for a Yugoslav goalkeeper called Ivaca Kralj who is at PSV," says Glenn.
"At the beginning of the week we were supposedly signing Barcelona's third choice.
"There is no truth in either story and yet again it is agents using West Ham as a vehicle to sell their clients.
"There will be no new goalkeeper arriving at Upton Park in the near future."
Glenn is keen to let it be known that he has been happy with the performances of Shaka Hislop and adds:
"I thought Shaka had an excellent game against Leeds and I'm absolutely certain in my own mind that if he comes back to the form he showed the season before last he will do very well for us.
"I don't need to be going down the route of looking for another goalkeeper while David James is out injured.
"I got a lot of confidence from Shaka's performance on Saturday and I know he did as well.
"He got good protection but when the ball did arrive I thought his handling was superb.
"He had no chance with the goals that Michael Owen scored against him on the first day of the season and kept a clean sheet against Leeds.
"I'm looking forward to seeing Shaka play in all the games while David is out injured.
"He is away this week playing two games for his country and when he comes back I'm sure he will be looking forward to the game at Derby."
"As we know from a couple of years ago when Shaka is good, he is very good."
The speculation, of course, has been sparked by the injury to David and it is still not known when he will return to action.
"As far as stories about other goalkeepers coming to the club are concerned, they couldn't be farther from the truth," adds Glenn, who recalled Steve Bywater to the club from a loan spell at Wolves when David sustained his knee injury.
"They are annoying not just for me but for Shaka, and Craig Forrest, who is a good goalkeeper in his own right."