ALAN Lee has vowed not to be edged out at Ipswich Town after the signing of Kevin Lisbie.
Rather than see the £600,000 arrival from Colchester United as a threat Lee believes he can work well alongside the Jamaican international, reports the East Anglian Daily Times
Lee said: “My style suits a lot of other players and I welcome him to Ipswich.
“Kevin caused us all sorts of problems and is an interesting signing. Hopefully he can bring something to the table for us.”
The former Cardiff City and Rotherham striker dismisses the suggestion that Lisbie's arrival will urge him to greater efforts.
Lee said: “I don't need any motivation. I give my all for this club no matter.”
Lee has had his suitors, Huddersfield Town are the latest, with Hull City last year and Burnley in January, with other clubs thought to be monitoring his situation at Portman Road but while Magilton has said he would sell, Lee is adamant he is not moving.
Lee said: “Whenever I hear talk like that I take it as a compliment but I'm very happy at Ipswich and have no desire to leave.”
Lee has been linked, along with Gary Roberts in a joint £700,000 bid by Huddersfield boss Stan Ternent but that appears to be well wide of the mark as Town wanted nearly that total for Lee alone last season.
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