Midfielder still a part of Fulham plans, says boss
Boss Roy Hodgson has reiterated that he has no plans to sell midfielder Jimmy Bullard in January's transfer window.
After suffering numerous injury problems over the last two seasons, Bullard has made a return to full fitness this campaign and his early-season form earned him a call-up to Fabio Capello's England squad for the first time.
The former West Ham and Wigan star's performances have resulted in him being linked in speculation with a series of moves away from Craven Cottage to, among others, Everton, Portsmouth and back to Wigan.
But Hodgson has moved to end the transfer talk and said: "There is no transfer talk between Fulham Football Club and Jimmy Bullard. That is just paper talk."