Joe Hart is convinced there is ‘plenty more to come’ after he was released by Burnleyjuin 30, 2020
Joe Hart has asked to be given a shot to revive his career after he was released by Burnley.
The former England No 1 has no club for the first time in his 17-year professional career after being released by the Turf Moor side at the end of his contract on Tuesday.
And after 18 months as a backup for the Lancashire side, the 33-year-old insists that it will not ‘define’ the rest of his career.
Joe Hart has asked to be given a shot at reviving his career after he was released by Burnley
He continued in an interview with BBC Sport: ‘Maybe from the outside, people are thinking it is a time for panic, but from the inside it is a time to look forward and see all the opportunities.
‘I am young when it comes to goalkeeping. I am even younger when it comes to the mental age of a guy who just wants to go in goal and have people whack balls at him.
‘I am under no illusions that Real Madrid are going to knock my door down, get [Thibaut] Courtois out and bring me in. But there is plenty more to come from me.
‘I just need someone to believe in me and I will repay that faith.’