Blues second string keeper Jan Mucha has had enough of playing second fiddle to Tim Howard and is demanding talks with Moyesy so he can move on in the summer.
In fairness to Jan he admits no promise of first team football was ever given to him when he signed, but with just two first team appearances all season, Jan has just now had enough.
Jan said: 'I thought I would be in a better situation than I am in reality.
On the other hand, I must say that nobody had promised me anything before my arrival.
Anyway, I have asked manager Moyes if we could have a talk about the entire situation. We should sit down on the upcoming Friday and discuss my position.
I will consider my future according to what he has to tell me. If Tim extends his contract and I will continue to be regularly on the bench, I will start to look for a new club."
The thing is that in the Premier League we are not sitting high in the table and also because of that the manager has decided to focus more on the FA Cup, where he wants to succeed.
That is why we have been starting with the best possible line-up in cup games and Howard has been the preferred choice.
So far I have earned just two appearances in the Carling Cup and since the last one I have only been on the bench.
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