The goal-scoring record of Peter Crouch with Stoke City is not a very impressive one as the English attacker has only managed to score 27 goals in over 100 Premier League appearances for Stoke, comparing this feat to some other strikers it isn’t a very remarkable feat but nonetheless, Peter Crouch is hoping that he can continue performing with Stoke City the next years of his career.
Peter Crouch had no fear in expressing his experience performing for Stoke City which is the club that he signed with a few years ago.
Crouch has not made an appearance for England at the international stage in over 2 years and the player himself has stated that he does not have any hopes of being called up to represent England for their upcoming matches, which means that Crouch can just focus on playing the remaining seasons of his career for Stoke City and nothing else.
“I would like to stay here for a long time. I enjoy playing for Stoke, I’m loving it here and long may that continue. I loved every minute of my time with England. I didn’t miss a squad for five years and I played in two World Cups. But now I’m concentrating only on doing what I can for Stoke City and I’m really enjoying my football. There’s been times in the past when I’ve been left feeling a bit isolated up front. But I feel I’m now a better player than I was four or five years ago and hopefully I’ve got a few more goals left in me yet.” Stoke City’s Peter Crouch told the press.
The contract of Peter Crouch is nearing its last few months but the veteran forward admitted in saying that he would like to continue playing with Stoke City for a few more years and Crouch also has the support of Mark Hughes.
Mark Hughes is the coach of Stoke City and not too long ago he stated that Peter Crouch could continue playing on until he is 40 years old. Hughes praised Peter Crouch and said that the style of play of the English forward isn’t based on pace or speed and what he offers to any team on the pitch is unique which isn’t so much affected by age compared to other players.