Sinclair On Speculation

Trevor Sinclair insists he is not unsettled by the transfer speculation that has linked him with Sunderland and Newcastle this season.
"It doesn't unsettle me at all," he says, "it is part of being a professional footballer, I suppose.
"You don't hear of the Man Utd players going here there and everywhere - if they moved, it would be abroad - but obviously there are bigger clubs than West Ham so it happens.
"These are things for the media to get involved in; at the end of the day whether I have been at West Ham or QPR I have had this to some extent."
Trevor switches back to the right of midfield against Newcastle after starting up front against Middlesbrough last week in the absence of Paolo Di Canio and Fredi Kanoute.
"We have desperately missed them," he admits, "and they can bring their experience and expertise to the game while me and Don can drop to our normal positions.
"We didn't have any impact on the game last week and found it difficult - but the gaffer is there to make those decisions, which is what he did.
"Newcastle have two good wingers and it is going to be a tough game; it should be a magnificent atmosphere as well.
"We have been training hard this week we are looking to get our first win."
He stresses that it is no use talking about the talent in the squad if it doesn't get results and says:
"Paper doesn't win matches and it never has done; it is about who has the most desire and who wants it the most.
"We need to go into games with more belief and determination , and if we win the battle we can start to play afterwards."