Date: 24th July 2012 at 4:25pm
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Ben Foster has said he is hoping to end his career at The Hawthorns as he’s hoping this is the last move of his career.


Speaking to wba.co.uk the 29 year old goalkeeper said that if he gets his wish, he won’t play for another club for the rest of his career.


‘This will hopefully be my last move, I have no interest in moving south or up north. I’m from the area, my wife loves it here and the kids are going to be settled into their schools soon. These are things people sometimes don’t see from a player’s point of view.We have families and it’s important they’re settled and happy, and that’s a big thing for me.’


Foster adds that he and his family have just sold their home in Henley, and will be moving out into what he hopes will be the final family home, but he called on the clubs sponsors Zoopla to lend a hand as at the moment, in a months time it’ll be a hotel or homeless unless they find a place.


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