Robbie Keane pleased that transfer season finally over

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With the transfer window officially shut, Tottenham Hotspur striker Robbie Keane is relieved that he can just concentrate on football.

Keane was linked with moves to Besiktas, Aston Villa and West Ham throughout the summer after falling down the Spurs pecking order.

However, despite the rumor mills nothing materialized which leaves the Irishman at White Hart Lane for the 2010/11 campaign.

"It doesn't really affect me," Keane told a press conference.

"For a long time now since I started off, there's always speculation, but unfortunately, I can't help speculation.

"I can just concentrate on what I am doing. I was quite relaxed about the transfer window, I wasn't really too bothered.

"All the clubs are probably glad now that it is closed and everyone can concentrate on playing football.

"There won't be a lot of speculation now for at least a couple of months."

The 30-year-old has made just two appearances - both as a substitute - for Spurs so far this season, but he is not getting worried about playing time at this stage, particularly as he has been recovering from a knee problem.

He added: "It's only really been two weeks, the season has only just started.

"I missed the Stoke game through the injury, but I had a good pre-season.

"I felt good, I felt sharp and that was only really a few weeks ago."

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