Tommy Conway reveals Bristol City contract latest amid past Celtic and Rangers interest

The Taunton-born striker's Bristol City contract expires at the end of next season
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Tommy Conway says he is leaving his Bristol City contract talks to his representatives and is fully focused on performing on the pitch for the Robins.

The striker signed a three-year deal in June 2022, which expires at the end of next season, and the club are keen to extend his stay in BS3 beyond that.

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Conway has been at the club since the age of seven and is one of many to have progressed through City's academy system and into the first-team set-up.

"To be honest, during the season, it’s not something I like to get involved in, I leave that to my representatives and my family," he said.

"You can get easily distracted and caught up in all of that talk and I don’t want it to affect my football because that’s the most important thing, ultimately. I leave that to everyone around me and I'm just fully focused on my football."

Conway has netted eight goals for the Robins in all competitions this season, including a goal home and away against Premier League side West Ham as City knocked the Hammers out of the FA Cup.

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Given his links to Scotland, there have been whispers of interest from Celtic and Rangers in the past, but the forward reiterated where his current priorities lie.

"Sometimes I don’t know what's going on, I'm just fully focused on training and playing games," he added.

"Like I said, I leave that to the people behind the scenes and if anything comes of it they’ll make me aware, I'm fully focused on my football."

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