Striker drops quit hint
Cameron Jerome says he will have to consider his future at Stoke if he does not get more of a chance in the first team.
Jerome came off the bench to score the equaliser in last night's 1-1 draw with Everton and revealed afterwards that he is unhappy with his lack of opportunities in the Premier League. The striker, who was a £4million summer capture from Birmingham, has mainly had to settle for appearances in the Cups and the Europa League, and believes he has been treated unfairly by boss Tony Pulis. Jerome says he will hold talks with Pulis when the season is over and could seek a move if he does not like what he hears. "I think I have made a big impact this year," he revealed. "In the Europa League I have played most of the games and scored a few goals, and I have scored in the domestic cups. "I have not been given a fair crack of the whip - what I think would be a fair run in the side. "That's just my personal opinion. I train hard and I see what goes on in training. The rotation policy has not been fair in my eyes, but that is the manager's decision."