Kurucz eyes loan deal
West Ham goalkeeper Peter Kurucz has revealed he is willing to go out on loan to League Two in order to find first-team football.
By Juha Pal
Last Updated: 11/11/11 4:15pm
West Ham goalkeeper Peter Kurucz has revealed he is willing to go out on loan to a League Two club in order to find first-team football.
The 23-year-old has made just one substitute appearance for the Hammers since joining from Hungarian side Ujpest, initially on loan, in 2009.
However, a year of his spell in east London has been spent on the treatment table after suffering a serious knee injury in August 2010, forcing him to miss the entire 2010/11 campaign.
Upon returning to fitness the former Hungary Under-21 international has found himself down the pecking order behind Robert Green and Ruud Boffin and concedes he may have to move away from Upton Park in order to get some regular game time.
"It's one-and-a-half years since I was last sitting on the bench at West Ham United. It was a wonderful feeling when I was again on the bench against Bristol City," he told Nemzeti Sport.
"My aim is to play as much as I can because it would be ideal for my career. My club is a partner in this so in case of a suitable offer they would let me go.
"I'd like to stay in England because here I can stay in the spotlight. I'd be willing to go on loan even to League One or League Two - just to play at least."