Arfield happy at Falkirk
Scott Arfield insists he is happy to stay at Falkirk after the club rejected two bids from Hibernian.
Last Updated: 01/09/09 7:59am
In-demand midfielder Scott Arfield insists he is happy to stay at Falkirk after the club rejected two bids from Hibernian.
Former Falkirk boss John Hughes is keen to take Arfield to Easter Road and has seen an offer in the region of £300,000 turned down.
Hamilton Academical have also been rebuffed in an approach for Arfield, who is currently with the Scotland Under 21s ahead of the game against Austria.
Arfield is taking little interest in the rumours surrounding his future and says he has no problem with staying at Falkirk in the long term.
"I don't know anything about it," said Arfield.
"There has been speculation in the papers recently, but so far nothing has come from it.
"I am honoured to be a Falkirk player and if that is for the next five years then so be it. I am happy to be there."