Notts County star midfielder Alan Judge has no interest in talking to other clubs in new year
ALAN Judge says he has no interest in talking to other clubs in the new year.
The Irish midfielder's future at Notts County is still up in the air, after he turned down the Magpies' first offer of a new deal at Meadow Lane back in August.
Notts have not tabled an improved contract since then and Judge's existing deal expires at the end of this season.
He is likely to attract interest in January because of his form for the Magpies and he could talk to a club about a move if they come in for him, but he said: "I'm not looking towards that at all.
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"I want to get Notts into the Championship."
After serving a one-game suspension, Judge came back into the line-up last night as the Magpies crashed out of the FA Cup, losing 3-0 to League Two Rotherham in their second-round replay at Meadow Lane.
He said: "I'm now looking forward to the rest of the season and to finishing it off here as well.
"I'll just be focusing on giving everything I can for Notts."
Judge is one of several big players out of contract at Meadow Lane next summer.
"I haven't heard anything (about a new deal)," he added.
"I'm just concentrating on playing and that's it. I've told my agent not to talk to me unless he hears something.
"Usually he's on the phone wanting to meet me, but it's pretty quiet at the minute."
Judge has now set his sights on Leyton Orient on home soil on Saturday.
Notts have won only four league games at Meadow Lane this season and have slipped down to eighth in League One, but Judge believes they can rise back into the top-six.
"Christmas is a big time and we've got a good run of fixtures," he said.
"That's no disrespect to the teams we're playing, but if we can pick up six points from our next two or three games we could be back in third or fourth place.
"I'm always looking up, I don't want to be looking behind.
"We haven't gone on a run yet. I know we were unbeaten for eight games until we lost to Brentford, but we've not gone on a run where we've won two or three on the bounce.
"A lot of other teams have had their go and I'm sure ours will come soon enough."