Klos down. But what about Wooter and Lee.

Last updated : 12 August 2003 By Michael Morris
Klos already parading his new shirt at Koln
As reported earlier Tomasz Klos has opted to stay in Germany and play for FC Koln.

There is little further news on Alan Lee. It's been said that Lennie was speaking to Rotherham yesterday while he was in Sheffield getting the now redundant work permit for Klos.

Nordin Wooter on the other hand has plenty to say. The former Ajax and Watford player is coming to the end of his trial period and wants to play for City. The 26 year old told the Echo

"I like the ambition of the club very much and I'd love to play for them in the first division. I think they could even get into the top six this season.

"This team is moving forward and I would like to be a part of it and maybe even in a few years play for them in the Premiership. At the moment I am concentrating only on Cardiff and hoping everything works out here.

"If, when I finish here, Cardiff don't want me then I will start to talk to other clubs. Cardiff are my first choice because they were the first to offer me the chance to train with them and I don't like to make things too complicated.

"I'm not sure whether I will get a contract or not because I have only played one game last Tuesday at Forest Green and other than that it has just been training so I would love to have more games. My fitness is coming along - I can feel myself getting better all the time.

"I think my style fits English football. I am a creator and I could create a lot of opportunities for the strikers here."

Has Wooter done enough to earn a contract? Lennie, it's over to you.