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Shane Supple has urged Bohemians to move to the next level despite his love for the club.
The Bohemians 'keeper made notable comments on this week's LOI Weekly, saying he had little or no interest in going back to England.
The former Ipswich stopper was in the Ireland squad recently, but asked about moving back to Britain, he said: "The sense of entitlement is probably gone to another level. It's not a place I'd like to be around."
However, when discussing Galway United's Saudi investment, Supple said that Bohemians as a members-owned club needed to kick on if they were to challenge for European places.
"I'm really happy at Bohs, I love it there. The call-up probably made me think more how I have been thinking – because I am happy in the league. Ipswich was a club I feel part of but it would be hard for me to join a club I am not affiliated with.
"For Bohs to kick on now and not just stay where we are and be happy, it needs a bit of investment. We need to do something to kick us on.
"Keith [Long] needs a bit of support. If we managed to get back competing with Cork and Dundalk and Cork for those European spots, it would be an unbelievable place to be."
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