Date: 10th April 2015 at 4:08pm
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The form of our former Chelsea youngster Rohan Ince has reported seen an interest in him from Premier League clubs Liverpool, Newcastle, West Ham and West Brom: Click Here

Chris Hughton though has told the Argus that he’s got ‘no doubts’ that he’ll continue to play a part in our long-term future with him certain that a new deal, with Ince about the enter the final 12-months of his existing deal, to be signed soon with his future best served at the Amex Stadium.

‘I’ve no doubts about that. He’s still developing as a player. He has been converted to a central midfielder and I still think there is more development in his game.

‘I think he’s at that stage now where he can develop more over the next few seasons. Certainly I think this would be the best place for him to be able to do that but also not to get above his station.’

Hughton concedes that Ince, like any younger player coming through and developing in the game with be ‘a little bit sporadic’, which Ince has been at times, but he’s also put in ‘some very good performances’ but that’s all part of enhancing and developing your game.

What of these links to Premier League clubs? Hughton thinks there’s nothing in it as he’s still got a way to go in his own development before that step up could take place.

‘I think any link with Rohan with the Premier League at the moment is absolutely speculation. He is somebody that is still developing his game.’

Ince, set for his 50th Brighton appearance against Bournemouth tonight, had said that he was flattered by the reports but he wants to be where he’ll play regular first-team football, as he does with us, so he’s got no immediate plans to go anywhere.

He also feels that the contract talks, ‘done by agents and people higher up at the club’, will get sorted out so he’s not worrying about that at all.

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