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Kuszczak ready to talk about contract
Tomasz Kuszczak is keen to open new contract talks with Albion.
The Polish goalkeeper’s two-year deal runs out at the end of the season.
He has established himself as No. 1 since signing from Manchester United and the 31-year-old is eager to stretch his stay with the Seagulls.
Kuszczak revealed to The Argus: “Nobody has talked to me about that yet.
“I am fully open and if the club decide to talk to me about a new contract I am most happy to do that.
“I am happy in Brighton. I love the club, the stadium, everything that happens around it. I want to be part of it.
“The life is beautiful too. It’s a great place to live for my family and all of these aspects are telling me to stay longer here.
“But it’s not in my power and I will wait.”
Fellow regular first team squad members Bruno, Ashley Barnes, Andrea Orlandi, Inigo Calderon, Matt Upson, David Lopez and Kazenga LuaLua will also be out of contract next summer, along with Kuszczak’s understudies Casper Ankergren and Peter Brezovan.
Former Albion midfielder Gary Dicker has signed for League Two side Rochdale.
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