Date: 11th November 2011 at 8:52am
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Fears that Jack Midson could leave AFC Wimbledon in January have been dismissed by the player himself.

Midson, as he told The Chronicle, feels that he would be ‘letting people down’ if he left Wimbledon, where he is ‘happy’ anyway, so soon after arriving: ‘I’ve heard a few things about clubs being interested in me, but I’m happy where I am.

‘I feel settled here and the players and staff have been really supportive.

‘For me to leave in January would be letting people down. I’m happy at Wimbledon.’

Since his arrival at Wimbledon in the summer, after his release by Oxford, the 28-year-old has had regular 1st team football, something that he views as key to his success thus far: ‘playing regularly has been the key. I didn’t get that at Oxford. I played regularly at Histon and scored goals and if I can stay fit and sharp here there’s no reason I can’t carry on doing that.’

The striker is currently the joint top goalscorer in league two.

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